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Brief Information about the June '06 CSIG Meeting

General Review and Random Access

Chairman - B. Arnold

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Welcome to the CSIG, a Special Interest Group of the ACGNJ. The subject for this month is a discussion about MFC Windows Programming using Microsoft Visual C++ version 6.0. As time approaches for the meeting there is no formal presentation scheduled. Instead we will have a RANDOM ACCESS meeting to discuss general programming topics.

The C Language
VC++ for Windows
VC++ with MFC for Windows
C# Express
C++ Express

The beginning of the evening (starting at 7:30pm) will be a RANDOM ACCESS discussion. This will be followed by the main presentation.

Additional Random Access Topics Discussed

1. Hard Drive repair using combination of Dos and Linux utilities.

2. Hard drive file copy from old "AT" computer.
   PC Anywhere
   Intersrv, Interlnk

3. Databases and accessing them directly from C++ code.
4. Adding "Command Prompt Here" to folder right-click menu.

5. Free Software
   C# Express and C++ Express are free from Microsoft.  Plus others.

6. Hardware tested by our Vice-Chairman
   ASUS AMD K8V-MX motherboard 

   Dealer has NO website but an email address of dmateknology.com@aol.com 

   Joan Lee, DMA Technology, 3 Kellogg Ct., Unit 12, Edison NJ 08817, 732 248-8668 

   Motherboard purchased with an AMD Sempron 2600(heatsink & fan) total for 130.
   (Figure about 65 motherboard, 65 processor)

7. Interesting Web Sites
   Off the Wall Maps - see link below.


Our download site has code and programs from most of our meetings. ( Source Code Files )

Sample Code - VC6

Sample Code
See the above links for the source code.

Miscellaneous - Off the Wall Maps

Don Columbo of the Hunterdon Computer Club has an interesting presentation of various Maps that are available on the Internet.
Early Internet topology is included as well as Biblical Maps, the New York subway system, and many others.

Off the Wall Maps

"Random Access" questions start at 7:30 Tuesday night.


Source Code Files

For help, email me at b a r n o l d @ i e e e . o r g
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