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Persian Calendar with Tray Icon

, 12 Mar 2012 CPOL
A Persian calendar that shows a tray icon
traycalande-binary.zip
hijri.mdb
mytray.exe
traycalande-source.zip
traycalande-source
bin
Release
ClassDiagram1.cd
ClassDiagram2.cd
CrystalReport1.rpt
CrystalReport_task.rpt
CrystalReport_taskall.rpt
hijri.mdb
In_DataSet.xsc
In_DataSet.xss
mytray.csproj.user
mytray.csproj.vspscc
mytray.suo
mytray.vssscc
mytray_TemporaryKey.pfx
Properties
Settings.settings
vssver.scc
Resources
icon1.ico
icon10.ico
icon11.ico
icon12.ico
icon13.ico
icon14.ico
icon15.ico
icon16.ico
icon17.ico
icon18.ico
icon19.ico
icon2.ico
icon20.ico
icon21.ico
icon22.ico
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icon26.ico
icon27.ico
icon28.ico
icon29.ico
icon3.ico
icon30.ico
icon31.ico
icon4.ico
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icon8.ico
icon9.ico
tumb.jpg
vssver.scc
vssver2.scc
namespace mytray.Properties {
    
    
    // This class allows you to handle specific events on the settings class:
    //  The SettingChanging event is raised before a setting's value is changed.
    //  The PropertyChanged event is raised after a setting's value is changed.
    //  The SettingsLoaded event is raised after the setting values are loaded.
    //  The SettingsSaving event is raised before the setting values are saved.
    internal sealed partial class Settings {
        
        public Settings() {
            // // To add event handlers for saving and changing settings, uncomment the lines below:
            //
            // this.SettingChanging += this.SettingChangingEventHandler;
            //
            // this.SettingsSaving += this.SettingsSavingEventHandler;
            //
        }
        
        private void SettingChangingEventHandler(object sender, System.Configuration.SettingChangingEventArgs e) {
            // Add code to handle the SettingChangingEvent event here.
        }
        
        private void SettingsSavingEventHandler(object sender, System.ComponentModel.CancelEventArgs e) {
            // Add code to handle the SettingsSaving event here.
        }
    }
}

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mohammad hajibegloo
Engineer neyshabur azad univeristy
Iran (Islamic Republic Of) Iran (Islamic Republic Of)
I had worked as programmer,project manager,web developer for more than 3 years, and have worked on programming personaly for more than 10 years.
I have worked in university as a teacher for 8 years.
my favorite langueges are : VC++,C#,ASP.NET,PHP

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