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A sample chapter 7 from "Programming Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 with XML, Second Edition". Application development on the Microsoft Windows platform has had various evolutionary, and sometimes revolutionary, stages. The original Windows API consisted of a number of 16-bit dynamic link library (DLL) files with documented entry points and functions that programmers could call, passing the appropriate parameters. In Windows 95 and NT, this API was upgraded to 32–bit DLLs. As a result, the collective functions are generally referred to as the Win32 API. The Win32 API is undoubtedly an extremely powerful way to integrate your applications with the underlying operating system, but it can be extremely complex to program against and difficult to extend.

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