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Run-Time Library Reference

The Microsoft run-time library provides routines for programming for the Microsoft Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP operating systems. These routines automate many common programming tasks that are not provided by the C and C++ languages.

Sample programs are included in the individual reference topics for most routines in the library.

In This Section

C Run-Time Libraries
Discusses the .lib files that comprise the C run-time libraries.
Run-Time Routines by Category
Provides links to the run-time library by category.
Global Variables and Standard Types
Provides links to the global variables and standard types provided by the run-time library.
Global Constants
Provides links to the global constants defined by the run-time library.
Alphabetical Function Reference
Provides a table of contents entry point into an alphabetical listing of all C run-time library functions.
Generic-Text Mappings
Provides links to the generic-text mappings defined in Tchar.h.
Language and Country/Region Strings
Describes how to use the setlocale function to set the language and Country/Region strings.

Related Sections

Debug Routines
Provides links to the debug versions of the run-time library routines.
Run-Time Error Checking
Provides links to functions that support run-time error checks.
Run-Time Library Behavior
Discusses the entry point into the CRT DLL.
C Run-Time Samples
Provides links to samples showing how to use run-time library functions to debug a program.
Run-Time Routines and .NET Framework Equivalents
Provides links to .NET Framework equivalents of run-time library routines.
Visual C++ Libraries
Provides links to the various libraries provided with Visual C++, including ATL, MFC, OLE DB Templates, the C run-time library, and the Standard C++ Library.
Debugging
Provides links to using the Visual Studio debugger to correct logic errors in your application or stored procedures.
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