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WinAmp DDE

, 29 May 2005
Learn how to setup a DDE server, export function names through pragmas, create and use dialogs without MFC, override language operators, bypass a window's WndProc function, and last but not the least, create a general WinAmp plugin.


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Italy Italy

When he was 2 years old some friends of his mother made him play with arcade machines, and was almost clear what his path would have been. When he was 10 years old he's been given a 80286 as birthday present, and from that day on it's been a crescendo of programming techniques. Started with batch ms-dos file, that in a short while got interfaced with .com files created with debug.exe embedded ms-dos file... and then gw-basic, turbo pascal, quick basic, assembly, vb, vc++, delphi, java, plus a bunch of scripting languages, php included.
His other main passion is music and art in general, and has been awarded several times for his graphics and songs. He founded and still leads a demogroup named 3D, which stands for DBC Demo Division, and from time to time he takes the chance to attend demoparties, and eventually, submit artworks to some of the competitions offered by the different parties.
He's currently workin as a sales agent. Nothing to do with computers, but still he has to gain some money to buy some food...

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