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11/11/11 11:11

I wanted to write or do something on the 11/11/11 at 11:11 but had a meeting, so I created a small application and signed it at 16:16 instead…

I am using VeriSign Code Signing certificate and the date / time are taken from http://timestamp.verisign.com/scripts/timstamp.dll, which showed 16:19…

I recently have been using Visual Basic 6.0 for such 3 minutes applications, as I think VB6 is the Swiss Army Knife for such tasks. MSDN subscribers can any Microsoft product, including discontinued ones (say, Windows 3.11) , can be downloaded from their web site.

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