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Hellraiser123 24-Sep-13 4:15am View
I was able to solve this issue by following the approach proposed in this thread...
Hellraiser123 15-May-12 12:10pm View
That example doesn't have an app.config file. It simply creates the service in a console app and uses default endpoint. My requirement is to have a app.config file with all the info present in a default app.config file and still be able to on demand start and stop the service programatically.
Hellraiser123 8-Jun-11 11:42am View
I think I would go with iTextSharp :)
Hellraiser123 23-Feb-11 21:06pm View
Yes. I dont want to do anything on press of say a special character like '@'. All I want to do is to store the special character like '@' in a buffer. So for that I need to trap the @ character. Thanks for replying.
Hellraiser123 23-Feb-11 10:55am View
I can do that if there are just one or 2 such keys. But what If i want to trap any special key that the user may press on the Keyboard? Am a complete newbie to all this hooks and keyboard trapping. So please bear with me.
Hellraiser123 1-Feb-11 11:46am View
Am using a USB barcode scanner and am writing code in VC++ . So am not sure both the links above help much. But thanks anyway. Do you see anything else that might cause this behavior?

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