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9 Mar 2022 by Greg Utas
Automating help, validating user input, running scripts...
26 Jan 2012 by paladin_t
A guide about how to mix native and managed code in one solution
13 Feb 2015 by Vladimir Svyatski
I'm going to show you some not quite evident things if you're about to write a C++/CLI application.
15 Dec 2016 by ergohack
Tired of the same old Windows Logon/Shutdown screen? I use a symbolic link rotation utility to cycle through a bank of backgrounds.
26 Oct 2014 by Mr. xieguigang 谢桂纲
The idea of hybrids the R script and my shellscript is awesome, and hybrid the shellscript with R can extends the function of my script and I also can write two type of the programming language both in one script file. Incredible thing! Right?
17 May 2023 by Bhargav Technical Lead
Angular migration to version 16
29 Jan 2024 by optiklab1
Exploring world of NFTs and blockchain while prototyping wallet CLI application with efficient data structures using C# and .NET Core
6 Mar 2016 by FrostedSyntax
How to create batch files that make navigating the filesystem in the command prompt a breeze.