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Desktop Programming
26 Jun 2003   Updated: 7 Jul 2003   Rating: 4.86/5    Votes: 13   Popularity: 5.06
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Demonstrates an Excel add-in that uses the excel4 C API as well as COM automation techniques.

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Database Development
SQL Server
8 Jun 2010   Updated: 8 Jun 2010   Rating: 5.00/5    Votes: 3   Popularity: 2.39
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Or, assuming your table has an index, you could do this "old-school" as:select MAX(rows) from sysindexes where id = Object_ID('{tablename}')

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Starting developing in 1980's using Basic, MSC 5.0, Btrieve and DBFs. Back when men were men and there were no wizards. Since then, I have developed payroll processing system, general ledger packages, billing systems, project accounting systems, order entry, a report writer, email systems, development frameworks, C++ based Web Application Server and others that have long been forgotten.

Professionally, I have been a developer, sr. developer, development lead, architect, chief architect, CTO, director of development, and consultant. I am also in charge of changing the bottled water when empty.