— While you install c++ packet there is option win32
Nothing, its has been pack in Operating System. But may be some api function has been depreacated, so u must be check and verify before using it
— Nope wrong, *most* winapi functions call into the ntdll which is shipped with every windows installation
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— Https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/menurc/using-menusThis may help you
— Bit you cannot use wipapi without installing it(yeah, I tried)
— You mean programming?
— Well of course you need the windows sdk for it, if you install vs2019 it's included, otherwise you need visual studio build tools
— How can you not?
— I guess you can't do without it
— Yeah, I used vs17, and had to install windows sdk with build-in libraries
— Yes you can, take a look at the ss, all functions are exported
— Heh why would you tho?