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No need to write piece of code in Visual Studio 2008 and greater for single instance of your program or application. Go to the project properties and checked the check box "Make single instance application".
No need to write piece of code in Visual Studio 2008 and greater for single instance of your program or application. Go to the project properties and checked the check box "Make single instance application".

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Muhammad Shahid Farooq is a software engineer with having experience of 6+ years of working on ADO.Net, C#.Net, VB.Net, VB6/VBA, SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL and other latest technologies. He holds Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Central Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. To contact Shahid, email him at muhammadshahidfarooq@yahoo.com.

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