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Farsi Library - Working with Dates, Calendars, and DatePickers

, 21 Nov 2007 MIT
A library to work with "Persian Calendar", "Hijri Calendar", and "Gregorian Calendar" with WinForms GUI controls designed for Persian (Farsi) or Arabic language applications in mind, but usable in any Windows application that makes use of calendars and dates.
farsilibrary.zip
FarsiLibrary.Win.dll
FarsiLibrary.Resources.dll
FarsiLibrary.Utils.dll
farsilibrary_demo.zip
FarsiLibrary.Win.dll
FarsiLibrary.Resources.dll
FarsiLibrary.Test.exe
FarsiLibrary.Utils.dll
farsilibrary_help.zip
Documentation.chm
farsilibrary_src.zip
FarsiLibrary.Resources
FarsiLibrary.Test
FarsiLibrary.Test
FarsiLibrary.Test.csproj.user
PersonDataSet.xsc
PersonDataSet.xss
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
OK.bmp
Redo.bmp
FarsiLibrary.Utils
Exceptions
FarsiLibrary.Win
BaseClasses
Controls
DataGridViewFADateTimePickerColumn.bmp
FADatePicker.bmp
FADatePickerConverter.bmp
FADatePickerConverterStrip.bmp
FADatePickerStrip.bmp
FAMonthView.bmp
FAMonthViewStrip.bmp
Design
Diagrams
Controls.cd
Painters.cd
Popup.cd
Drawing
FAMessageBoxEx
FAPopup
Helpers
Win32

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Hadi Eskandari
Software Developer (Senior) Readify
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Working on both Java and .NET Technology, I have developed various enterprise level applications on both platforms. Currently, I am working as a Senior Software Developer at Readify which is a leading company on .NET technology in Australia.
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