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An External or Standalone ProgressBar

, 11 Nov 2012 CPOL
Create a simple, flexible, standalone ProgressBar that can be added to any class with relative ease.
TestStandAloneProgressBar03
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JerryBNewhouseJr
United States United States
Have been programming since 1973. Had the great fortune of being in one of the first high schools to have student access to a mini. Also, did a lot of database administration over the years.

Worked with so many languages and systems over the years,
Languages: Visual C#, SQL Server, C++, BASIC, IBM 360 Assembler, FORTRAN, COBOL, SAS.
Systems: Windows, Mac OS, Unix, Linux, CPM, DOS.

Currently sitting back and deciding what to do next.

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