Apple Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al

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CLAIM CONSTRUCTION STATEMENT Samsung's Opening Claim Construction Brief (Unredacted Version) filed by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit Briggs Declaration and Ex. A-F in support of Samsung's Opening Claim Construction Brief, # 2 Exhibit Briggs Declaration Ex. G-I, # 3 Declaration Wesel Declaration in Support of Samsung's Proposed Claim Construction for US Patent No. 7,200,792, # 4 Declaration Cole Declaration in Support of Samsung's Proposed Claim Construction for US Patent No. 7,698,711, # 5 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 1, # 6 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 2, # 7 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 3, # 8 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 4, # 9 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 5, # 10 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 6, # 11 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 7A-7G, # 12 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 8, # 13 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 9A-9C, # 14 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 10, # 15 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 11, # 16 Exhibit Cole Decl. Ex. 12)(Maroulis, Victoria) (Filed on 1/6/2012)

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EXHIBIT 10 Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? - Ruby Page 1 of 5 User Name      Home Forums Today's Posts Forum Advertise FAQ Archives Calendar Contact Us Community Web Design and Development Products Forum Actions Password Log in Help Register Remember Me? Request for Quote Quick Links Web Programming Languages Ruby What's New? Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API?    Like + Reply to Thread Be the first of your friends to like this. + Ask a Question 11/28/2011 Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? - Ruby Page 2 of 5 Ask a Question related to Ruby, Design and Development. Ads by Google Ruby Ruby on Rails API UCLA Ruby New York Thread Tools Display Michael Davis #1 daz #2 Re: Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? "Michael Davis" <> wrote in message > Hello yet again, > > Is anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? Advertise Here Yes, swin is. You seem to be rewriting chunks of it :-) [url][/url] The C source for swin is very readable. A compile of this gives the DLL base which vruby calls (vruby is all in Ruby). I'd bang-on about it more but it's not multi-platform so we have to use it without the lights on. Huge compliments to the authors of visual-u-ruby (tempname - no mis-spelling). daz <aside> Can't a *n*x guru port swin (to, say 'sux'), then change vruby calls to SUx::* rather than SWin::* (when running on *n*x platforms) so that the FreeRIDErs can use it instead of fannying around with wxwindows ? There'd be a real Ruby GUI. A bit late for that, I suppose. daz Guest Reply With Quote Latest Threads How do i get a "Valid Serial... Posted By Katielynn Nelson(0 Replies) November 19th 05:30 AMin Brainstorming Area How do i make a save game window ... Posted By bobford84(0 Replies) November 18th 10:19 AMin Brainstorming Area Custom validation script-... Posted By TricTrac(0 Replies) November 16th 01:34 AMin Web Design 11/28/2011 Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? - Ruby Page 3 of 5 After I closing of a popup window,... Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? Free Payroll Posted By Chandan Dash(0 Replies) November 3rd 08:22 AMin Macromedia Dynamic HTML Accounting Has Never Been So Easy. Manage Your Payroll & More Online! Hello yet again, Is anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? To Register a class you need to supply the pointer to a callback function. To achieve this, I created a small class in C to provide me with the pointer to a function that I can use in my Ruby code for obtaining the callbacks from windows. This works great on Windows 2000 and 95 when using cygwin, but fails on XP, and will not likely work for those installing the windows version of Ruby. The C code to do this is provided below, incase anyone is interested. I am looking for a more creative way to provide RegisterClass with a function pointer that does not involve any C code. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Is there a way to get the function pointer of a Ruby method from within Ruby that DLL functions can call back to? Thanks, Michael Davis Here is the small C class for getting the pointer to a function that windows calls. I just have to create a Ruby method called Win32API_MessageHandler(hwnd, iMsg, wParam, lParam) and voila, my Ruby applet can process window events. hello, I'm a newbie!! Posted By saifulbd(0 Replies) November 3rd 03:32 AMin Web Design Tags assign call plugin coldfusion convert database disabled brushes dreamweaver flash detection fps graphic design illustrator mouse mpd mysql paper pdf perl photoshop php php in ruby redirect rollovers select sql web development print printing question scaling #if !defined _MSC_VER && !defined NT #define WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN #include <windows.h> #include <stdio.h> #endif #include "ruby.h" #include "rubysig.h" static LRESULT CALLBACK locana_mswin32_MessageHandler(hwnd, uMsg, wParam, lParam) // This is a pass through function to the Ruby method called 'Win32API_MessageHandler' that will process windows messages HWND hwnd; UINT uMsg; WPARAM wParam; LPARAM lParam; { VALUE rc = Qnil; ID proc_id; proc_id = (ID)GetWindowLong(hwnd, (int)GWL_USERDATA); // let's see if the user has registered a proc name //printf("Win32API_MessageHandler(%d, ...) - proc_id:'%d'\n", (int)hwnd, proc_id); if (!proc_id) proc_id = rb_intern("Win32API_MessageHandler"); // the default message handler is a Ruby method that you must create called Win32API_MessageHandler if (proc_id) rc = rb_funcall(rb_cObject, proc_id, 4, INT2NUM((long)hwnd), INT2NUM((long)uMsg), INT2NUM ((long)wParam), INT2NUM((long)lParam)); if (rc == Qnil) return DefWindowProc(hwnd,uMsg,wParam,lParam); else return (LRESULT)NUM2LONG(rc); } static VALUE locana_mswin32_GetMessageHandler() // RegisterClass needs the C function used for processing messages { return INT2NUM((unsigned long)(locana_mswin32_MessageHandler)); } void Init_locana_gui_mswin32_ext() { VALUE cWin32Ext = rb_define_class("Locana_gui_mswin32_ext", rb_cObject); rb_define_module_function(cWin32Ext, "get_message_handler", locana_mswin32_GetMessageHandler, 0); } 11/28/2011 Anyone using RegisterClass from Win32API? - Ruby Page 4 of 5 Michael Davis Guest Reply With Quote Similar Questions and Discussions Buffer read with Win32API::CommPort Hi, I'm a newb with Perl. 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