oh ok thanks thats right because Win32API is a class so it has to be 
capatalized, kind of jumping ahead of myself there but i was just 
curious.

Thanks




Daniel Berger wrote:
> corey konrad wrote:
>> hello
>> 
>> does this mean i dont have the WIN32API
>> 
>> irb(main):008:0> require 'win32api'
> 
> Try require 'Win32API'
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Dan


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