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How to create short-cuts (link files)

, 28 Aug 2005
An article on using the Win32 API and COM to create short-cuts in existing and developmental languages.

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William Rayer
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I am a developer with over 10 years experience, primarily using C, Microsoft Visual Studio, the Win32 API, Borland Delphi, Pascal dialects such as Virtual Pascal and FPC Pascal, and several versions of Basic.

Areas that interest me most are language design, VHLL (very high level languages), design for ease-of-use, and design of languages for beginner programmers. I have contributed to the Ubercode website (http://www.ubercode.com) and the Visual Fred site (http://www.visualfred.com), both experimental languages designed for beginners.

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