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Transferring Virtual Files to Windows Explorer in C#

, 28 Jan 2008
An example of transferring virtual files to Windows Explorer using C# and the CFSTR_FILECONTENTS and CFSTR_FILEDESCRIPTOR formats.

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n2jtx
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
a.k.a. Robert G. Schaffrath

I am a programmer and system administrator with a teeny tiny software company on Long Island and I also do some freelance programming work.

I started programming in High School with Basic-Plus on a timeshared DEC PDP-11/70 running RSTS/E back in the late 1970's. Next I worked with various languages under DEC VAX/VMS and Data General AOS/VS in the 1980's. That was followed by C and Perl under various flavors of Unix. On the PC side I worked with Turbo Pascal and Turbo C under DOS and eventually migrated to Visual C and Visual Basic under Windows. I have been working with C# and .NET for a over six years now and have been doing a lot of "Interop" work between native code and .NET.

In my spare time I am an Amateur Radio operator and I also volunteer with our local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and serve on the Board of Directors for an organization that provides an educational enrichment program for children in need of after-school care and
instruction. In addition, I like to brew beer and bicycle.

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