Using Month Calendar Control (VFP9, Comctl32.dll)
Printf-style formatted text output in VFP
Retrieving country-specific dialing information from the Windows Telephony list of countries
String representation for disk or memory capacity
How to create transparent areas inside a form -- punching holes in the form
Displaying OS Memory Status
Reading list of folders and files on FTP server
Retrieving Printer Device Context using PrintDlg function
HOWTO: Use the Win32 API to Access File Dates and Times
Transparent Menu Class (requires VFP9)
WAV file player
GDI+: saving image of FoxPro form to graphics file (BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, TIF)
How to upload a local file to FTP server using FtpPutFile
Listing INF files in a specified directory
Using WM_COPYDATA for interprocess communication (VFP9)
Creating a window using CreateWindowEx function
Displaying bitmap using the AlphaBlend function
Dragging files from Explorer window and dropping them on FoxPro control (requires VFP9)
How to adjust monitor brightness (Vista, monitor with DDC support)
Accessing Adobe Reader 7.0 main menu from VFP application
How to display the port-configuration dialog box for a port on the specified server
Simple printer queue monitor: deletes, pauses, resumes print jobs for local printer
The original LoadPicture() function in VFP returns valid handles to bitmaps, icons, cursors, and metafiles
Enumerating connections made to a shared resource for the local computer (WinNT only)
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