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I am using an old header file (name WinHttpClient) which contains #include <altbase.h> within its code. but when compiling , it caused the error "no such name or directory". is there any chance to get the atlbase.h online?

What I have tried:

seems like there is nowhere on the net available.
Updated 20-Jun-21 1:16am

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I have already answered this question and explained what you need. And getting a copy of atlbase.h on its own is unlikely to help you. It is fairly clear that the code you are trying to implement is based on the ATL library so you will most likely need the complete package.
T1xT 20-Jun-21 7:47am
Yes there are another ATL headers within the code too; you first offered to Google the header files, but I could not find it anywhere, and then to find another solution would be to write a new http wrapper in c++ that would be another project itself. Probably only way I have is to get all the atl header files and use them, which I can't find anywhere . What I need is a link or a source ;
Richard MacCutchan 20-Jun-21 9:57am

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