Monthly Archives: March 2013

WingIDE Professional 4.1.12 Crack

Today, I’ll talk about how to crack WingIDE Professional 4.1.12. Warning: DO NOT make commercial use of anything. If you believe something on this Site has infringed your intellectual property rights, please contact us. What’s WingIDE ? Wingware's Python IDE is an Integrated Development Environment designed specifically for the Python programming language. Since 1999, Wingware has focused on Python. How to get WingIDE? You can download WingIDE from http://wingide.com/downloads. It’s a cross-platform software and the latest version now is 4.1.12. It has three different versions: WingIDE 101, WingIDE Personal and WingIDE Professional. How to Crack WingIDE Professional 4.1.12? After install Python and WingIDE on your computer, DO NOT run WingIDE first. You should change system time to a month ago.…

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Writing Your First Windows Application with C++

Welcome to the first windows tutorial. In this tutorial I'll give you the basic information on how to code in windows and we'll go over a few important details first. basic windows program has two important functions inside. The first one is the event handler(I'll talk about this one later on) and the second one is the main function(WinMain from now on). WinMain is similar to DOS' main function, in fact WinMain is called from the DOS main function but in windows we don't have access to the DOS main; everything is covered up by windows. Windows introduces us to messages. A message could be easily described as a pile of data that gets sent to the the event handler…

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Utilizing CodeIgniter Resources within Your Library

To access CodeIgniter's native resources within your library use the get_instance() function. This function returns the CodeIgniter super object. Normally from within your controller functions you will call any of the available CodeIgniter functions using the $this construct: $this, however, only works directly within your controllers, your models, or your views. If you would like to use CodeIgniter's classes from within your own custom classes you can do so as follows: First, assign the CodeIgniter object to a variable: Once you've assigned the object to a variable, you'll use that variable instead of $this: You'll notice that the above get_instance() function is being passed by reference: This is very important. Assigning by reference allows you to use the original CodeIgniter object rather than creating a copy of…

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