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Daniel Garcia, .net example c# unmanaged code user32.dll simulation mouse keyboard

Simulation of a key press or key combination, or even a mouse click in your own application is relatively easy: using SendKeys method is enough to our application to receive data from the keyboard, and ...

Jakub Niemyjski, C# LINQ

I’m going to review 3 C# code snippets I have recently come across. At first glance they all may seem to be fine - they do their job and they can be understood easily. So what is wrong about them? I will ...

Richard Jones,

CRUD, or Create, Read, Update, Delete is what you do with most databases or when working with a new bread of cloud based services (well all Dynamics products). However. I think we should not exclude Execute ...

I will have the privilege to start off 2014 as the January speaker for the West Palm Beach .Net User Group. Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday January 28th, 2014 at 6:30 PM. Our group is graciously hosted ...

simonc,

The one primitive type that hasn't been covered is the array. An array contains a fixed number of items, and each item is a value of the array's element type. The array elements are individually indexed ...

Lori Lalonde, Random

When I reflect back on 2013, I think “Lucky me”. A year that started off with uncertainty had turned into one filled with achieving some significant career milestones. These were goals I had set for myself ...

MOSSLover,

2013 was an amazing year. I met some really awesome people. I left a job that no longer fit. I had the courage to take a road trip across the country that I talked about since I was 18. Every year I think ...