This week's topics include finding whether or not a process is running, converting binary numbers to decimal or to char, reading a window's text from an another window without using the mouse, and why lower_bound() does not work.
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Topics this week include why the CFtpConnection::Command function does not work, how to change the title of CMDIFrameWnd when the child is maximized, how to make sure whether a pointer is still good, and how to recognize a STOP in Windows Services.
A quick glance about the various editors available for programming with C#
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