Special

Introducing the “Welcome to Xojo” Bundle!

New to Xojo and looking for guidance? We've put together a terrific bundle to welcome you! Xojo Bundle

This bundle includes six back issues of the magazine -- all of year 19 in printed book and digital formats -- plus a one-year subscription (beginning with 20.1) so you'll be learning all about Xojo for the next year. It's the perfect way to get started programming with Xojo. And you save as much as $35 over the non-bundle price!

This offer is only available for a limited time as supplies are limited, so hurry today and order this special bundle before the offer goes away!

Article Preview


Buy Now

Issue 2.3

COLUMN

The Case of the Exploding Program

There's big trouble in Little Germany, and our boys are on the case

Issue: 2.3 (December/January 2003)
Author: Toby Rush
Author Bio: Toby Rush is a music instructor, consultant, freelance programmer, web designer, husband, and dad in Greeley, Colorado.
Article Description: No description available.
Article Length (in bytes): 9,205
Starting Page Number: 44
Article Number: 2322
Related Link(s): None

Excerpt of article text...

The Alban Berg Concert Hall, 3550 North 97th Street, 11:38 am

"Oh, Hank, you don't know what you're missing here." Detective Charlie Sanders was eating a sandwich wrapped in white paper as he and Detective Hank Marsh crossed a busy downtown street. "You sure you don't want a krautburger? It's on me."

Marsh made a sour face. "Sauerkraut. I don't know how you can stand the stuff."

After reaching the other side of the street, the two men made their way into a building surrounded by uniformed men and squad cars. The inside of the building was crowded with officers, one of whom turned to meet the detectives.

"What's up, Louie?" Sanders took his sunglasses off and put them in a black case.

...End of Excerpt. Please purchase the magazine to read the full article.