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A Calculator via Visual C

, 13 May 2010 CPOL
An Article the Demonstrates How to Build a Windows Forms Calculator
Calculator
WindowsFormsApplication7.suo
WindowsFormsApplication7
bin
Debug
WindowsFormsApplication7.exe
WindowsFormsApplication7.pdb
WindowsFormsApplication7.vshost.exe
WindowsFormsApplication7.vshost.exe.manifest
obj
x86
Debug
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferences.cache
DesignTimeResolveAssemblyReferencesInput.cache
GenerateResource.read.1.tlog
GenerateResource.write.1.tlog
TempPE
WindowsFormsApplication7.exe
WindowsFormsApplication7.Form1.resources
WindowsFormsApplication7.pdb
WindowsFormsApplication7.Properties.Resources.resources
Properties

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logicchild
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I started electronics training at age 33. I began studying microprocessor technology in an RF communications oriented program. I am 43 years old now. I have studied C code, opcode (mainly x86 and AT+T) for around 3 years in order to learn how to recognize viral code and the use of procedural languages. I am currently learning C# and the other virtual runtime system languages. I guess I started with the egg rather than the chicken. My past work would indicate that my primary strength is in applied mathematics.

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