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1 Nov 2018 by Alexander Eremeev
The Windows kernel-hacking library and development framework written on C++17
8 Apr 2016 by V.
Convert FITS file to known image formats and use those images for a "zooming" functionality (image transparency)
9 Dec 2022 by Bruno van Dooren
How to implement named pipe server for communicating with client apps
18 Feb 2022 by honey the codewitch
Run your IoT display driver independent of the bus it uses, whether I2C, SPI or parallel
23 Jan 2019 by Ray Koopa
Extending BinaryReader/Writer to support a different byte order, string and date formats, and advanced navigation in binary files
26 Feb 2013 by PavolSatala
This article shows how to create Puzzle game using Moscrif SDK.
28 Dec 2015 by danah gaz
A lightweight, high performance, easy to use asynchronous stream copy method using IOCP with progress, throughput tracking, and no explicit thread creation.
15 May 2011 by kribo
How to insert images / binary data into a database.
22 Dec 2022 by Bruno van Dooren
How to implement named pipe server for communicating with client apps
5 Jan 2023 by Michael Sydney Balloni
See how Rust stacks up against C-ish, C++, and C#