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Copyright 1999 by Nicholas D. Evans, Ken Miller, and Ken Spencer
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Programming Microsoft Visual InterDev 6.0 / Nicholas D. Evans, Ken
Miller, Ken Spencer.
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Nick Evans, Ken Spencer, and Ken Miller
My sincere thanks and
I would like to extend many thanks to my wife, Trisha, and my two sons, Jeffrey and Kenny. They have
To Ken Miller, who has been my business partner in one way or another for many years: thanks for your support and help. You've always been there to help with whatever task needs to be done, and I really appreciate it.
To every conference
To my son Jeffrey, in whose eyes I see that wonderment at technology that first got me interested in computers: thanks for reminding me how much fun exploring the unknown can be.