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Automatic release of Win32 objects

, 9 Nov 2006
An article on safe and sound release of Win32 objects.

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About the Author

Andrei Muraru
Web Developer
Romania Romania
After I finished the university, I worked for two years in gaming industry, as a programmer in DirectX environment.
After that, I switched to computer security, which is a fascinating domain, where a lot of stuffs can be learn and experimented.

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