C language function:CreateEvent sample codes

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TITLE : Coding Windows Services in C++
g_StopEvent = CreateEvent(NULL, TRUE, FALSE, NULL);.......
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TITLE : Coding Windows Services in C++
g_ServiceStopEvent = createEvent(NULL, TRUE, FALSE, NULL);.......
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TITLE : Coding Windows Services in C++
g_ServiceStopEvent1 = createEvent(NULL, TRUE, FALSE, NULL);.......
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TITLE : Generate and download file in TypeScript : A Weird Imagination
var e = document.createEvent("MouseEvents");.......
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TITLE : Generate and download file in TypeScript : A Weird Imagination
var clickEvent = document.createEvent("MouseEvents");.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
//cal.createEvent(title, new Date("March 3, 2010 08:00:00"), new Date("March 3, 2010 09:00:00"), {description:desc,location:loc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
cal.createEvent(title, tstart, tstop, {description:desc,location:loc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
cal.createEvent(title, new Date(tstart), new Date(tstop), {description:desc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
//cal.createEvent(title, new Date(gMarch 3, 2010 08:00:00h), new Date(gMarch 3, 2010 09:00:00h), {description:desc,location:loc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
cal.createEvent(title, new Date(tstart), new Date(tstop), {description:desc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
Cannot find method createEvent(string,string,string,object). (Linea 15)Ignorar.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
//cal.createEvent(title, new Date(gMarch 3, 2010 08:00:00h), new Date(gMarch 3, 2010 09:00:00h), {description:desc,location:loc});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
cal.createEvent(title,new Date(startDate), new Date(endDate), {description: desc, location: name});.......
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TITLE : Updating Google Calendars from a Google Spreadsheet | OUseful.Info, the blog...
myCalendar.createEvent(theTitle, new Date(theStartDate),new Date(theEndDate),{description: theDescription});.......
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TITLE : CTO Corner: How to Work with gSelect Elementh in Selenium with Perfecto Mobile – Perfecto Blog
if (gcreateEventh in document) { var evt = document.createEvent(gHTMLEventsh); evt.initEvent(gchangeh, false, true); sf.dispatchEvent(evt); } else sf.fireEvent(gonchangeh);.......
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