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Posted 26 Oct 2002

Simple Snap-to-Grid cursor to your graphics application

, 26 Oct 2002
Simple Class to add Snap-to-Grid capability to a Windows drawing program.


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Jim Hawkins
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a hybrid CS and EE professional and 3D Animator/Modeler.

I have been a software developer since 1975, having coded in numerous languages, including C, C++, Java, Perl, Basic, PDP-11 and other assembly languages.

I have worked in the UNIX/C/Shellscript world as well as Windows/C++/Visual C++ platform areas.

I use 3DS MAX 7 for Animation and 3D modeling, combined with other graphics applications for overall production

I have worked on a wide variety of projects: language interpreters/compilers, graphics, automatic gpib test control programs, real-time automation in embedded systems, scientific and engineering applications as well as financial and business. I prefer the scientific, control system and engineering related software.

Major companies include Bell Labs, Singer Corporate Research and Tycom Submarine systems both as full-time and a contractor.

Other interests include Vacuum Tube collecting, Ham Radio (WA2WHV), Photography, 3D art, antiques, Abyssinian cats, Piano, travel, nature.

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