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Code from the Windows Technical Journal of April 1992.
File 0492.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Code from the Windows Technical Journal of April 1992.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BITMAPS.ZIP 12871 10969 deflated
CATCH.ZIP 43895 43109 deflated
EXECWAIT.ZIP 2973 2889 deflated
HOTKEY.ZIP 10351 9693 deflated
IQTEST.ZIP 16120 15709 deflated
MYTHILE.ZIP 23221 16842 deflated
NOTBAD.ZIP 48483 46167 deflated
README.TXT 1719 952 deflated
UNDOCDOS.ZIP 10645 10356 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


Folks--

Here's the source code to accompany the April 1992 issue of Windows Tech
Journal. Here's what you've got:

CATCH
This directory contains the files to accompany James Plamondon's
article on exception-handling, "CATCH & THROW." The code is in C.

EXECWAIT
This is Walt Oney's WinExec replacement function, ExecWait, which
retains some of the desirable features of good ol' Spawn.

UNDOCDOS
This directory contains Richard Sadowsky's Turbo Pascal for Windows
code for browsing through undocumented data structures in DOS. The
code accesses DOS through DPMI, so the archive includes DPMI.PAS,
which was also distributed with the January 1992 issue.

IQTEST
This directory includes source and executables for Zack Urlocker's
fun little "prank" program, IQTEST.

NOTBAD
As a rip-off of Notepad, it's not bad. A simple text editor for Windows,
with complete source code.

MYTHILE
This is Rud Merriam's Visual Basic program launcher. Pretty cool.

HOTKEY
Jonathan Zuck's sample hook-filter code. The ZIP file includes a
DLL with Pascal source, plus sample access programs in Visual Basic,
Toolbook, ObjectViews, Realizer, C, and Pascal.

BITMAPS
These WinTech logos are just for fun. Use 'em for wallpaper--we do!

As always, thanks for your support of Windows Tech Journal. For a free issue
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Windows Tech Journal
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