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Atom 1
Authentication 14
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Brush 2
Clipboard 20
Color 1
Common Dialog Box 12
Console 12
Coordinate Space and Transformation 9
Cryptography Reference 28
Cursor 5
Data Decompression Library 3
Debugging 2
Desktop Window Manager (DWM) 1
Device Context 13
Device Input and Output 1
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DNS Functions 1
Dynamic-Link Library 6
Error Handling 10
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Extensible Storage Engine (ESE, Jet Blue) 23
File Management 49
File Mapping 4
File System 19
Filled Shape 2
Font and Text 13
GDI+ 6
GDI+ Bitmap 10
GDI+ Brush 4
GDI+ Font 9
GDI+ Graphics 28
GDI+ Image 20
GDI+ ImageAttributes 3
GDI+ Matrix 10
GDI+ PathGradient Brush 3
GDI+ Pen 2
GDI+ StringFormat 2
GDI+ Text 2
Handle and Object 4
Hook 2
HTTP Functions (WinHTTP) 12
Icon 7
Internet Functions (WinInet) 49
IP Helper 24
Kernel Transaction Manager 3
Keyboard Input 22
Mailslot 3
Memory Management 26
Menu 18
Message and Message Queue 12
Metafile 6
Monitor Configuration (Vista) 8
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National Language Support 20
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Painting and Drawing 17
Path 3
Performance Monitoring 12
Pipe 5
PnP Configuration Manager 6
Power Management 6
Printing and Print Spooler 35
Process and Thread 31
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Region 7
Registry 21
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Remote Application Programming (RAPI) 49
Remote Procedure Call (RPC) 7
Resource 10
Security 22
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Shell Functions 39
Shell Lightweight Utility APIs -- misc. functions 2
Shell Lightweight Utility APIs -- Path Functions 20
Shell Lightweight Utility APIs -- string functions 4
Simple MAPI 9
String 10
Synchronization 13
System Information 23
System Shutdown 5
Terminal Services 10
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Unicode and Character Set 2
URL Monikers 7
Version Information 2
Virtual Hard Disk (Win7) 4
Window 37
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Window Property 3
Window Station and Desktop 7
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Windows Multimedia 76
Windows Networking 18
Windows Sockets 2 (Winsock) 38
Shell Lightweight Utility APIs -- Path Functions            ..msdn    Add comment
PathBuildRoot Creates a root path from a given drive number.
PathCombine Concatenates two strings that represent properly formed paths into one path; also concatenates any relative path elements.
PathCompactPathEx Truncates a path to fit within a certain number of characters by replacing path components with ellipses.
PathFileExists Determines whether a path to a file system object such as a file or directory is valid.
PathFindExtension Searches a path for an extension.
PathFindFileName Searches a path for a file name.
PathFindOnPath Searches for a file.
PathGetDriveNumber Searches a path for a drive letter within the range of "A" to "Z" and returns the corresponding drive number.
PathGetShortPath Retrieves the short path form of a specified input path.
PathIsDirectory Verifies that a path is a valid directory.
PathIsNetworkPath Determines whether a path string represents a network resource.
PathIsRelative Searches a path and determines if it is relative.
PathIsRoot Parses a path to determine if it is a directory root.
PathIsURL Tests a given string to determine if it conforms to a valid URL format.
PathRenameExtension Replaces the extension of a file name with a new extension.
PathSearchAndQualify Determines if a given path is correctly formatted and fully qualified.
UrlEscape Converts characters in a URL that might be altered during transport across the Internet ("unsafe" characters) into their corresponding escape sequences.
UrlGetPart Accepts a URL string and returns a specified part of that URL.
UrlHash Hashes a URL string.
UrlUnescape Converts escape sequences back into ordinary characters.
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