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GeneralCreate a dynaset Recordset from an Excel sheet Pin
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Questionhow do i Detect if an external program has finished excuting(shellexec)? Pin
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GeneralChecksum Pin
Toni7830-Jun-03 19:27
Toni7830-Jun-03 19:27 
I know how to make a checksum and the other day I was wondering if it is possible to have an exe perform a checksum on itself. I know that it is possible but, there is a catch to it. I realize that you could use a dll function to find the checksum of the exe, or you can put it in the registry, or who knows what other methods you could use. My question is the following:
Let's say that you have a single executable file. Is it possible to have this file perform a checksum on itself but without geting the checksum number from external sources (i.e. files, registry, dlls, etc.)? I was thinking that you cannot hardcode it in the source code because you don't know what the checksum would be until you compile the code, but then again, after you compile it, you can't change the exe because the checksum would change as well. It seems impossible to me to perform a checksum check without any help from external resources. As I came up with this problem in my head a couple of days ago I realized that I should stop thinking (and hopefully reach nirvana) because this problem is driving me crazy.

// Afterall, I realized that even my comment lines have bugs

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GeneralWin2K : AcceptEx() & getpeername() Pin
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Ryan Binns30-Jun-03 18:52
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Questionhow to get the current window system language name? Pin
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