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CTextFileDocument

, 24 May 2005
CTextFileDocument lets you write and read text files with different encodings (ASCII, UTF-8, Unicode 16 little/big endian are supported).
textfiledocument_demo.zip
TextFileDemo
res
TextfileDemo.ico
TextfileDemo.dsp
TextfileDemo.dsw
Release
TextfileDemo.exe
TextFileDemo.vco
TextFileDemo.vcp
TextFileDemo.vcw
TextFileDemo2
TextFileDemo2.dsw
res
TextFileDemo2Doc.ico
TextFileDemo2.ico
Toolbar.bmp
TextFileDemo2.dsp
TextFileDemo2.vco
TextFileDemo2.vcp
TextFileDemo2.vcw
textfiledocument_src.zip

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PEK

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PEK is one of the millions of programmers that sometimes program so hard that he forgets how to sleep (this is especially true when he has more important things to do). He thinks that there are not enough donuts in the world. He likes when his programs works as they should do, but dislikes when his programs is more clever than he is.

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