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A Pretty Good Splash Screen in C#

, 28 Jun 2014
A splash screen with some neat predictive progress bar features
Prize winner in Competition "C# Oct 2003"

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publicly available No 3-Jul-14 15:46 Available Tom Clement
Minor changes to clarify a sentence and reference Windows Registry storage in an earlier version of the article.
14 No 28-Jun-14 17:26 Available Tom Clement
Just moved the "Update" part to the bottom, since it's no longer new and doesn't deserve top billing.
13 No 27-Jun-14 17:08 Available Tom Clement
Updates in content.
12 No 21-May-14 22:07 Available Tom Clement
Minor change (start tag in wrong place.) Changed Progress Get to return 1.0 rather than 100.0 if the form has gone away.
10 No 29-Jul-13 17:01 Available Tom Clement
Fixed another problem with old code sneaking into the text :)
9 No 29-Jul-13 15:24 Available Tom Clement
Another minor change
8 No 29-Jul-13 15:21 Available Tom Clement
Updates in content.
7 No 29-Jul-13 14:44 Available Smitha Vijayan
Updates in content.
6 No 29-Jul-13 10:54 Available Tom Clement
typo in update section.
5 No 28-Jul-13 21:18 Available Tom Clement
Reviewed suggestions and bug fixes provided in the comments section and updated accordingly.
4 No 28-Jul-13 21:15 Composing Tom Clement
Updates in content.
3 No 28-Jul-13 21:13 Composing Tom Clement
Updates in content.
2 No 28-Jul-13 21:12 Composing Tom Clement
Reviewed suggestions and bug fixes provided in the comments section and updated accordingly.
1 No 24-Dec-03 0:00 Available Nish Sivakumar

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Tom Clement
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I've been programming in C, C++, Visual Basic and C# for almost 30 years. I've worked at Sierra Systems, ViewStar, Mosaix, Lucent, Avaya, Avinon, Apptero and now Serena in various roles over my career.

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