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Win32 Resource API C++ Wrapper

The classes presented in this article provides a simple interface for enumerating, adding and removing resources from Win32 image files (.dll/.exe).

Template Mania

MFC has two validating macros: ASSERT_VALID for CObject-based classes and ASSERT_POINTER for others. We introduce a single template function that supersedes both of them

Inflable Arrays in Win32

The inflable array described here allows to declare really huge buffers without actually allocating much more memory than is really needed to store the actual data.

Drive

Drive.dll is a dll that creates a drive to system directoryor drive similar to existing drives such as C:\.

Connection Pipe Classes

Simple and fast communication between all types of MFC Applications on a single or multiple computers in Windows NT.

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The Value of APIs

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are where you have to be. It's not a matter of if as much as a matter of which.

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