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Pluggable Components using Component Categories Part I

, 18 Sep 2003
An article on using component categories to create pluggable components
componentcategories_demo.zip
ComCatTest1
ComCatApp
ComCatApp.clw
ComCatApp.dsp
Debug
res
ComCatApp.ico
ComCatAppDoc.ico
Toolbar.bmp
ComCatBlue
ComCatBlue.clw
ComCatBlue.def
ComCatBlue.dsp
ComCatBlue.tlb
ComCatBlueps.def
ComCatBlueps.mk
ComCatDrawBlue.rgs
Debug
ComCatRed
ComCatDrawRed.rgs
ComCatRed.clw
ComCatRed.def
ComCatRed.dsp
ComCatRed.tlb
ComCatRedps.def
ComCatRedps.mk
Debug
ComCatTest1.dsw
Common

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Zac Howland
Web Developer
United States United States
I started programming at 15 with a TI-82 calclator in Z80 assembly (oh, those were the days . . .) I am pretty much a self taught programmer. I've taught myself Visual Basic, C/C++, Java, and am currently working on C#. I also like to experiment with system administration and security issues, and occassionally I work on web design. For the last 4 years, I have worked for Leitch, Inc. as a Software Engineer and graduated from Old Dominion University with bachelor's degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Business Management in December of 2004.

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