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Building a C# Chat Client and Server

Building a C# Chat Client and ServerA step by step tutorial teaching you how to create your own chat client and chat server easily in C#, for local networks or the Internet.

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Getting Hard Drive Information

Getting Hard Drive InformationA C# tutorial showing you how to make use of WMI to extract information on disk drives, such as model, capacity, sectors and serial number.

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UPS Shipping Calculator

UPS Shipping CalculatorThis tutorial will teach you how to calculate the shipping cost based on the weight, height, length and depth of the box, the distance and the UPS service type.

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Create Your Own Rich Text Editor

Create Your Own Rich Text EditorCreating a Rich Text Editor using JavaScript is easier to do than you might think, thanks to the support of modern browsers; this tutorial will walk you through it.

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