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Handling Mouse Events and Simulating Push Buttons and List Boxes in a Win32 Console

, 4 Jun 2010
Handling mouse events and simulating push buttons and list boxes in a Win32 Console



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I attended programming School and I have a degree in three programming languages.
C/C++, Visual Basic and Java. So i know i can code. And there is a diploma hanging on my wall to prove it.
I am a professional, I've gotten paid to teach coding. I am roughly 20 years old and i have been a teacher's assistant in programming ,
i have held a lecture in Visual basic programming. I have also coached students in C++, Java and Visual basic.

In my spare time i do enjoy developing computer games, and i am developing a rather simple flight simulator game
in the c++ programming language using the openGL graphics libray.
I've written about a dozen small simple applications and games.

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