I ran across a calculator program on the Net and noticed that it uses the following.

            .586
            .model   flat, STDCALL
            include  \MASM32V1\include\Win32API.inc
            include  \MASM32V1\include\USER32.inc
            include  \MASM32V1\include\KERNEL32.inc
            include  \MASM32V1\include\GDI32.inc
            include  \MASM32V1\include\COMCTL32.inc
            option   casemap: none
It uses a different Masm32 than mine and Win32API.inc. What is the difference? Am I outdated?;) Just curious about this. Thanks Bob.:rolleyes:
Posted on 2001-03-01 02:23:00 by BobMcK
Bob, I think I know who wrote it but you are a long way in front using MASM32v6, the current version. It has a heap of later stuff in it. Much later windows.inc, more examples, better libraries etc. Regards, hutch@pbq.com.au
Posted on 2001-03-01 06:40:00 by hutch--