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Posted: 27 Feb 2005   Updated: 21 Sep 2005   Views: 279,013   Rating: 4.59/5    Votes: 44   Popularity: 7.49
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 82   Downloaded: 7,561
A simple XSLT stylesheet to convert a Visual Studio .NET XML document into basic HTML
Posted: 28 Jan 2006   Updated: 28 Jan 2006   Views: 48,570   Rating: 4.38/5    Votes: 13   Popularity: 4.73
Licence: The Code Project Open License (CPOL)      Bookmarked: 13   Downloaded: 208
An example of using XSL to achieve a custom sort order - in this case, sorting titles by the first word that isn't an article.
Hardware & System
Posted: 17 Jun 2006   Updated: 26 Mar 2007   Views: 516,433   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 86   Popularity: 9.26
Licence: Not specified      Bookmarked: 228   Downloaded: 18,077
Babies and other animals love nothing better than to have a whack at the keyboard, with all sorts of unpredictable results. This application demonstrates how to trap keystrokes before they can do any damage.
Posted: 12 Jan 2007   Updated: 9 Mar 2015   Views: 1,686,488   Rating: 4.93/5    Votes: 125   Popularity: 10.27
Licence: The GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPLv3)      Bookmarked: 233   Downloaded: 57,836
Windows XP supports multiple keyboards, but by default, the .Net Framework will treat them all as one. This article explains how to use the Windows API Raw Input methods to support multiple keyboards from a C# application.
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Emma Burrows
Software Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Emma's first steps in programming took place at primary school over thirty years ago, thanks to a TI-99/4A and the LOGO language. Following a Master's degree in English Studies (obtained, strangely enough, with a paper on the birth of the microcomputer), Emma started her career in IT.

Over the last ten years, she has worked as a localiser, technical writer, editor, web designer, systems administrator, team leader and support engineer, before finally making the move into software development a few years ago. She is now thrilled on a daily basis that she is getting paid for writing code after doing it for free half her life!