In this installment of the .NET Tips & Techniques column, learn how to serialize entire objects—as well as selected members—to and from disk using Managed C++ Extensions.
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This week's topics include the usage of WM_NULL, whether a Machine ID for copy protection purposes exists, whether there is any range for WM_XXX messages that someone could use without having any troubles with the Windows message handlers, and how can a person validate a auto_ptr?
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