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Using Resources In Windows Applications

, 29 Jan 2006
This is a resource manager class library. You can put any type of resource such as image, icon, Wave, MIDI and ... in the executable of your application and then load it from the EXE or DLL file by using the methods of this library.
demo.zip
Demo
Proshot.ResourceManager.dll
TestApplication.exe
Source.zip
ResourceManager
ResourceManager
bin
Debug
Properties
ResourceManager.suo
TestApplication
bin
Debug
Image.png
Properties
Settings.settings
Ring.wav
Thumbs.db
Thumbs.db

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MCTS: ASP.NET Applications
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