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Formless Notify Icon Application

, 21 Apr 2007
Shows notify icon, starting an app without a form, unhandled exception handling
notifychecker_demo.zip
notifychecker_src.zip
VriServerManager
bin
Debug
STOPSIGN.ICO
TRAFFIC1.ICO
TRAFFIC2.ICO
TRAFFIC3.ICO
TRAFFIC4.ICO
Properties
Settings.settings
VriServerManager.suo
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About the Author

mdv113
Web Developer Siemens
Netherlands Netherlands
Windows/Web developer for Windows Or embedded.
Started with ASM85 / PLM85
Then C and C++ (STL)(Windows / Linux)
ATL / MFC
Now mostly working with .net C# / VB
ASP.NET and ADO.NET and some SQL (sql 2000 & 2005)

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