More Windows Scripting Workarounds from Nilpo

Scripting, by nature, is a limited form of programming. As a result of these limitations it is sometimes necessary to employ workarounds in order to produce a desired effect. I showed you some of the workarounds that I commonly use in the first volume of this series. Today, I return with volume two to demonstrate more workarounds that you may find useful in your scripting endeavors.
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Improving MFC for Windows Vista

Before its release, many wondered if Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (or Version 9.0), the latest version of one of the most popular IDE and compilers, would include enough updates to motivate corporations and developers to make the transition. This article will take a look at the differences between it and the previous version, with special attention paid to the Microsoft Foundation Class library.
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