A professional developer since 1990.
Platforms have included Psion S3, MS-DOS, Windows 9x, and (most of all) Windows NT/2l/XP/2k3/... with lots of COM and .NET.
All code I post here can be treated as public domain and freely used without restriction or support. But no guarantee is made as to its correctness or suitability whatsoever.
I'm richardcox13 on Twitter.
BTW. My gravatar icon is a picture of a fence post from Rotorua, NZ pictured on film(!) when I visited a few years ago.
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