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Using IP to Country Web Service Within .NET Application

, 29 Jun 2010 CPOL
This article explains how to consume a free IP2Country web service within a .NET application.
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esupersun
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Fred Yang is the lead developer at Micbots (micbots.com), a Vancouver based game studio that produces fun and attractive mobile games on market for all to enjoy. So far the released titles include Sokoban Deluxe, Lost Warrior, Crocodile Island, Ozman Quest, Temple of Argeus, and Nezah Series.
Fred holds a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and is also an inspiring mentor for aspiring programmers and artists trying to tap into the game industry.
As an active member of the game industry, he has contributed numerous featured articles to the Apphex Forums (apphex.com), a top mobile game developers forum, offering comprehensive mobile game (app) programming tutorials and free downloads.
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