This self-extracting file contains the Expression 836XL Twain Pro driver v2.10A for Windows XP. NOTE: Windows XP Users: You will get a Hardware Installation dialog box when you install the scanner. Click Continue Anyway to complete installation.
Expression 836XL » Twain driver - This self-extracting file contains the EPSON TWAIN driver version 2.10A for the Expression 836XL. This installer will place a folder on the Desktop labeled "epson10247". To install, open the folder and double click on the installer icon.
TextTransformer - The TextTransformer is used to transform texts: multiple replacements of words, evaluation, conversion etc. Programs can be tested step by step and applied interactively or to whole directories. They also can be exported as c++ code.
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Perl regular expressions - This page describes the syntax of regular expressions in Perl. For a description of how to use regular expressions in matching operations, plus various examples of the
Microsoft Expression Blend Beta 2 - В ышла вторая бета версия программы для разработки дизайна интерфейсов приложений. Microsoft Expression Blend позволяет дизайнерам создавать впечатляющие анимированные
Antispam Scanner, Get Rid of It Before It Gets to Your Computer - Getting rid of SPAM messages by hand often becomes a job of its own, which takes an essential amount of our productive time. Using the automatic SPAM removal tools, on the other hand, kills a great deal of valid e-mail messages, which hurts the business not less than the waste of time. Wheres the golden
TeX Expressions Put in Human-Readable Format. BaKoMa TeX. - Just as hard as to learn a new foreign language — is for a newbie to code a mathematical formula with TeX. It requires remembering a handful of tricky expressions and totally wears out on debugging the code: TeX provides no way to see whether or not the formula you have typed