John Robbins heads up the consulting and debugging services of Wintellect, a software consulting and education firm. John wrote the book "Debugging Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows Applications" (Microsoft Press) and writes the Bugslayer column for MSDN magazine. Additionally, he speaks at major software development conferences around the world. Based in New Hampshire, John takes an evil delight in finding and fixing impossible bugs in other people's programs.
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Contributions from John Robbins
- What are some common examples of using Java Script & Java Applications in the development of a Websi
- How do I create a macro that can create a file that includes another macro in it?
- Can I edit the Windows 2000 registry from DOS?
- A source told me that WinNT has 60 million lines of code. Can you verify if that's in the ballpark?
- What's the difference between 16 bit and 32 bit memory addressing?
- How do you install and uninstall ALT Services in the services control panel?
- It there a GetUserName function for Win32?
- How do I add a menu item to the system popup menu?
- Where can I find a commercial control that offers the kind of accessor I want?
- Why can't I install an Epson network printer on my new Win2k machine?
- Why can't my remote clients log onto the DC?
- Is there a way to query a registry key-name (not a value) from within a batch file?
- Advantages of Win2k platform for AutoCad
- Multiple non-contiguous cell selection in the Microsoft MSHFlexGrid?
- Win2k workstation slowness
- _Fstat returns 0100666 not executable
- SetForgroundWindow API function
- Differences between Windows NT 4.0 and Win2k services
- Programming in Excel
- "Cheat" to create a shortcut to the DUN connection