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Add 404 encoding to your application with this DLL
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By (June 30, 2001)

How to include 404 encoding in your application

This article assumes:

You are using Visual C++ 3 or higher

Download the DLL

To include 404 encoding into your application follow these steps:

  1. Download the dll
  2. Go to Project->Add Files and add the library file (404ConverterDLL.lib)
  3. Add the code #include "RBEncode.h" to the top of your source code
  4. Where you want to encode text in your source put:
    CRBEncode foo;
    foo.Encode( );
         //to encode a CString of text

Place the CString variable within the parentheses that holds the text to encode. Both functions return a CString with the result. Also the file 404ConverterDLL.dll is recommended to be in the Windows\System directory where it can be accessed by all applications.
404 files can only be viewed through 404Browser
This DLL file will convert HTML files into a smaller web language 404.


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(Steven Hicks)n+1
Web Developer
United States United States
A VC++ programmer for 4 years. He also has experence in Basic, C#,, HTML, and javascript. Also the webmaster of and He also likes refering to himself in the third person perspective.

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QuestionHow this library is helpful Pin
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QuestionWhat is this? Pin
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AnswerRe: What is this? Pin
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GeneralRe: What is this? Pin
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GeneralRe: What is this? Pin
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Posted 18 Jul 2001


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