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Saving and obtaining custom objects to/from Windows Clipboard

, 26 Aug 2004
The code shows how to save (and restore) an instance of your own class to clipboard.
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Alex Yumas
Founder Jitbit
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I'm CEO/Founder and lead developer at Jitbit Software

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