The hard part is getting them to execute it in the first place.
Scraping the barrel.
Great moments in history.
More magic tasks that break out of the thread configuration mold.
Magic tasks that break out of the thread configuration mold.
You’ll need your own signal.
When the delegate returns, not when it completes.
It’s old now, but at the time, it was new.
For all your retro-computing gawking.
Turning on the metaprogramming.
It’s the percent CPU, but you have to undo the various adjustments you requested.
Ouch, it hurts when you squeeze me there.
Render unto Caesar, but ask for a little more time.
Explicitly associating with a window handle.
Listen for signals.
GetFinalPathByHandle works even for files opened by ID.
Because it’s the focus.
What’s the rate of return on Microsoft cafeteria meal cards?
The Service Control Manager lost contact with the service, but why?
You might race with yourself.