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when compiling a header file named WinHttpClient from A Fully Featured Windows HTTP Wrapper in C++[^], whitin a program; I am getting the error "#include <atlbase.h> no such file or directory" which is probably because that header file is old and doesnt exist in system files (WinHttpClient is for 11 years ago).
how do I eliminate the error.

I am Using Dev-c++ 5.6.3 compiler with all its headers caged at the setup.

What I have tried:

tried to find the header online to download and use as "atlbase.h" but could not find it.
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Updated 19-Jun-21 8:00am
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The atlbase header is part of the abstract template library (an alternative to MFC). Google should help you find it.
   
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T1xT 19-Jun-21 15:28pm
   
couldnt find anything online to download but the windowds 2003 sdk (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=15656). Will this fix the problem and is it possible to install it on win7 32bit?
Richard MacCutchan 20-Jun-21 3:10am
   
Sorry, I have no idea; I have not used ATL since the 1990s. You have two choices: try it for yourself and see what happens, or find a different solution to whatever problem you are trying to solve.

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