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Read function arguments from .NET applications with .NET ProfilingAPI
I show you how you can extend your profiler in order to read function parameters within a FunctionEnter event
'function enter/leave' + .NET profiler + 64Bit. Assembler code included!
This is the 64Bit v ersion of: Trace 'function enter/leave' events with a .NET profiler + detect StackOverflow. Assembler code included!
Trace 'function enter/leave' events with a .NET profiler + detect StackOverflow. Assembler code included!
Trace 'function enter/leave' events with a .NET profiler + detect StackOverflow. Assembler code included!

Projects

biehler-josef.de

This is the repo that creates the site you are looking at currently. So if you are interested in the technical background, this is the project you were looking for.

example

tweet-downloader

Download all of your tweets including its' attached images with just one function call.

Usage

npm install -D tweet-downloader

Ensure that you have a Twitter Developer account an created an app. You will need the credentials.

Simply call:

getLatestTweets("1", "KackDev", "./images", ....)

If you want all tweets, just pass "1" here. "0" will not work.

ib-flex-reader

ib-flex-reader

This library can help you with fetching flex queries from Interactive Brokers.

Usage

Simple call the library by passing your token and queryId:

	...
	FlexResult result = new Reader().GetByApi(token, queryId).Result;
	...

Or pass an already downloaded file:

	...
	FlexQueryResponse result = new Reader().GetByString(content);
	...

Drawings