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Desktop Gadgets
Posted: 3 Jul 2011   Updated: 4 Jul 2011   Views: 53,730   Rating: 4.90/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 6.76
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 40   Downloaded: 918
A little tool to keep a list of code or text snippets ready to put in the clipboard
Code Generation
Posted: 9 Nov 2009   Updated: 9 Nov 2009   Views: 79,980   Rating: 4.83/5    Votes: 25   Popularity: 6.57
Licence: The Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL)      Bookmarked: 37   Downloaded: 1,023
Creating a custom wizard under Visual C++ Express
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Average tips rating: 4.56

Dialogs and Windows
Posted: 27 Oct 2013   Updated: 20 Nov 2013   Views: 20,160   Rating: 4.97/5    Votes: 13   Popularity: 5.54
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 26   Downloaded: 0
Obscure a window or the screen and show a dialog.
Date and Time
Posted: 10 Dec 2009   Updated: 8 Mar 2010   Views: 21,300   Rating: 4.80/5    Votes: 16   Popularity: 5.50
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 8   Downloaded: 0
Week numbers according to ISO8601
Programming Tips
Posted: 20 Jan 2012   Updated: 12 Feb 2012   Views: 49,060   Rating: 4.27/5    Votes: 12   Popularity: 4.45
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 20   Downloaded: 0
Recent questions on reading ANSI vs Unicode text prompted the following
Uncategorised Tips and Tricks
Posted: 25 May 2018   Updated: 25 May 2018   Views: 3,760   Rating: 4.20/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 0.30
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 0   Downloaded: 0
Quick compile and build at the command line.
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Richard MacCutchan
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I was a Software Support Engineer for many years using various legacy enterprise systems before learning UNIX and Windows programming - the latter largely in my own time. In my last few years of employment I spent more time in actual development.

Since retiring I have been learning some of the newer technologies (C#, .NET, WPF, LINQ, SQL ...) that I never used in my professional life, and am actually able to understand some of it.

One day I hope to become a real programmer.