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Building a LOCAL COM Server and Client: A Step by Step Example

, 28 Oct 2004
A step-by-step introduction to how to build your own Local COM server and client.

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liyang yu
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United States United States
I love to tell jokes and today, I finally came up with my own joke. here it goes:
 
I decide to make my first son a medical doctor so later on when I am old and sick, I can get medical care any time I need and for free..., in fact, better to make my second son a medical doctor too so I can get a second opinion.
 
here is another version of this joke:
 
I decide to make my first son a medical doctor so later on when I am old and sick, I can get medical care any time I need and for free..., in fact, better to make my second son a medical doctor too so I can get a second opinion. well, perhaps my third son should be a lawyer - in case something is wrong with my medical care, I can sue the first two for free.
 
if you happen to visit this page and read these two jokes, tell me which one you like...

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