Base type definitions and aliases.
This module doesn't provide aliases for all types used by Windows, but only
for types that can vary on different platforms. For example there is no
need to define
INT32 alias for D, since int is always a
32-bit signed integer. But
int and its Windows alias
INT is not the
same on all platforms in C, so its size can be something differen than
32 bit, therefore an INT alias is available in this module.
TCHAR can be a char if Unicode isn't supported or
wchar if Unicode is supported, so TCHAR is
Also aliases for specific types like SOCKET are defined here.