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    Unhappy Win32 vs CRT

    Once upon a time ... I remember seeing a table/chart matching/comparing C Runtime functions with their equivalent/corresponding Win32 functions. I have looked everywhere, and I can't find it any more. If you are aware of such a document, please tell me, and help restore my sanity!

    Thank you!

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    Welcome to DevX :WAVE:

    win32 c runtime

    I typed that into Google and found this. Is this what you are referring to?
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    Which C runtime functions exactly? Standard C functions? Other libraries?
    If you can give an example of one function's name, it may be easier to focus the search.
    Danny Kalev

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    Does C runtime functions specific to operating system ?

    Thanks.

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    By their nature runtime functions are the ones that a specific OS uses. Some of them may be standard functions as well, but all operating systems add their own APIs to the runtime library so it's a very vague term.
    Danny Kalev

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hack
    Welcome to DevX :WAVE:

    win32 c runtime

    I typed that into Google and found this. Is this what you are referring to?
    Thanks, that was it. Sorry about the VERY late reply.

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    OK, so it appears that what you were looking for was a mapping of standard C and POSIX functions to Win32 API functions. Something that will make our task a tad easier next time this question pops up.
    Danny Kalev

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    Talking

    Hi Danny,

    I didn't mean to ignore your reply. Sorry. I found my hardcopy of what I was looking for, and didn't get back to the forum for a while.

    I recognize your name from some excellent articles I've read/downloaded in the past. You've helped me a bunch!

    Thanks, and keep up the good work!

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    No problem at all, I didn't feel ignored:) I simply added that note for the sake of future readers/members who might come across the same conundrum.
    Thanks for the compliments!
    Danny Kalev

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