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Function Library
Downloads   8,945
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Last Updated   11/5/2010
License   LGPL v3
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Version   1.0.3.4
Date   11/5/2010
Status   Stable Stable software is believed to be stable and ready for production use.

This software is open source. You can obtain the latest source code from the GitHub repository or browse the releases for the source code associated with a specific release. If you make any changes which you feel improves this application, please let us know via our Contact Page.

This function library or NSWFL (NetworkDLS Standard Windows Function Library), contains easy wrappers around many key windows. It is used in nearly every C/C++ project here at NetworkDLS and its scope is ever expanding. Feel free to use it or take it apart and just grab what you need.

  • Functionality:
    • Data Conversion
    • Hashing
    • CRC
    • SHA
    • Base64
    • URLEncoding
    • Date Time Function
    • Key Generation
    • Command Line Parsing
    • Debugging Helpers.
    • Collections
    • Vectors
    • Lists
    • Dictionaries
    • Queues
    • Stacks
    • List Box Management
    • ListView Management
    • Menu Management 
    • Graphics Functions
    • Timers / High-Precision Timer
    • Locking / Isolation
    • Mathematics
    • Memory Manipulation
    • Memory Tracking / Leak Detection.
    • Registry Management
    • String Management
    • String Builder
    • System Management
    • XML Reading and Writing

 


Recent Releases:
 1.0.3.4    1.0.3.3    1.0.3.2    1.0.3.1    1.0.3.0  

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