EDM/2

Stefan Ruck

  Stefan Ruck got in touch with computers in 1981 at school, where he did some BASIC programming. Later on he also tried a little bit of assembler and PASCAL. In 1987 he started professional programming on IBM mainframes in COBOL. Since 1989, PC, DOS and C have been the keywords of his job. In 1996, Windows and MFC were added. OS/2 is his private training environment for OOP in C++ since 1994. The main result of this is the program HexEdit for OS/2, an MDI hex editor. The latest version can be found on his homepage http://www.wudelweb.de.

You can reach Stefan via the Internet at str@wudelweb.de.

Stefan has written the following articles:

A Progress-indicating Status Line in C++ - Part 1/3  (June 1996)
A Progress-indicating Status Line in C++ - Part 2/3  (July 1996)
A Progress-indicating Status Line in C++ - Part 3/3  (August 1996)

Manage Your Configuration Files and Data  (September 1997)
Multilingual Resources  (November 1997)
Let's Talk About... Singleton  (December 1997)
Mnemonics in Dialog Boxes  (September 1998)
A Keystroke Recorder  (January 1999)
Singletons - The Next Generation  (September 1999)

 

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