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Remote Desktop View Lite

Learn about a native C++, MFC, ATL/COM system to remote view a desktop.

Using Two Common 'Compression' Techniques

Here are two Microsoft (tm) Visual C++ projects. One project is an ATLCOM project with two objects: a Huffman compression object and a run length encoding object. One project is an MFC dialog that utilizes the library to perform file-based compression and decompression.

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