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Desktop Programming
Win32
22 Nov 2009   Updated: 17 Mar 2015   Rating: 4.96/5    Votes: 150   Popularity: 10.76
Licence: BSD    Views: 876,496     Bookmarked: 411   Downloaded: 46,177
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Provides the basic part of Microsoft Detours functionality for both x64/x86 environments.
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C# 4.0
9 Jun 2008   Updated: 10 Nov 2014   Rating: 4.91/5    Votes: 46   Popularity: 8.07
Licence: BSD    Views: 186,546     Bookmarked: 148   Downloaded: 12,957
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Extract all the variations of an icon, including the ones ExtractIconEx() can't extract.
Visual C++ 12.0
2 Nov 2010   Updated: 18 Jun 2014   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 42   Popularity: 7.93
Licence: Public Domain    Views: 58,679     Bookmarked: 59   Downloaded: 523
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Implement a simple-look substitution of BOOST_SCOPE_EXIT using some of the new features of C++0x

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Desktop Programming
Win32
4 Nov 2010   Updated: 7 Nov 2010   Rating: 4.50/5    Votes: 2   Popularity: 1.35
Licence: CPOL    Views: 16,450     Bookmarked: 1   Downloaded: 0
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An application of lambda expressions to simplify your code.
15 Oct 2011   Updated: 16 Oct 2011   Rating: 4.38/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.06
Licence: CPOL    Views: 32,651     Bookmarked: 2   Downloaded: 0
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Tsuda Kageyu
Software Developer
Japan Japan
In 1985, I got my first computer Casio MX-10, the cheapest one of MSX home computers. Then I began programming in BASIC and assembly language, and have experienced over ten languages from that time on.
Now, my primary languages are C++ and C#. Working for a small company in my home town in a rural area of Japan.