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Version-Independent Programming: Code Development Guidelines for the Windows® Operating System by [D. James Benton]

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Version-Independent Programming: Code Development Guidelines for the Windows® Operating System Kindle Edition


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Length: 109 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Page Flip: Enabled
Age Level: 13 - 18 Grade Level: 7 - 12
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I explain where to get C compilers-completelyfree. There's a section explaining how to work with extremely long file names-withcode. I show how to create an application with an arbitrary shape(non-rectangular). I also explain how to put a menu anywhere you want it andhow to create custom buttons. I also explain why there are so manycompatibility issues with the various versions of Windows®.

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D. James Benton is married to his high school sweetheart, has three wonderful daughters and five grandchildren, with a sixth still in the oven. He lives in Tennessee on a little farm next to a creek. He has worked in the power industry for thirty-five years and has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering. His specialties include: thermodynamics, heat transfer, and software development. His life was turned around at seventeen while visiting a mission hospital in Kenya, The Lighthouse for Christ.

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