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 Using INI Files: Part 1

.ini files have been around since the early days of windows 3.0, where windows itself would store some of its own information in a win.ini file. Other programs would use the win.ini as well, to store their own information. Eventually Microsoft moved to the registry as a way of handling the data for itself and other programs - not quite a database and not quite a flat text file format - more of a hybrid type system. So why not just use the registry?

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Win32 Assembler

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Multilingual Framework For MASM Programs & Projects

Recently, I developed a small program called TwonkyTray, and after releasing it I had a request, by a forum member on the QNAP forum where i announced it, to include German language as an option.

Of course i was delighted to get some feedback and a request for a new feature, and begin looking for a way to include this in my program without having to rewrite too much.

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Win32 Assembler

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Finally i got round to finishing work on my TemplateEngine Library! consider it an alpha version for the moment.

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News & Updates

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Ive recently been doing some coding to create plugins & plugin sdks for the x64dbg debugger (x64dbg.com), both for Masm (32bit) and JWasm64 (64bit). And mainly because of that, ive also added a new other projects section which includes all these new projects including work with integrating JWasm/JWasm64 into RadASM. Hopefully someone will find these projects useful.

The open source code for these projects is available on bitbucket and this is most likely where the most up to date versions of these projects can be found: https://bitbucket.org/mrfearless

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