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This code sample is named PhoneIme. It demonstrates how to create a custom Input Method for Windows Mobile Standard.
Source File Listing
Contains the bitmap used as the image list for numeric entry modes.
Contains the conversion engine that implements MultiTap.
Contains the front-end to the Input Method Editor (IME). Calls the converter for the active mode.
Contains the CreateFullScreenWindow helper function.
Contains the CMTapConverter class implementation. Conversion engine wrapper.
Contains the MultiTap IME wrapper for the input converter.
Contains the IME wrapper for the input converter. Contains the DLL entry points.
Contains the resources for the IME.
Contains the IME wrapper for input converter. Contains the CPressHOldDetectorClass implementation.
Contains the Symbols menu.
Contains the composition string utilities functions.
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For further details on how to install the SDK certificates onto the mobile device and how to use the privileged SDK certificate to sign this application, see Certificate Management and Application Signing for Application Developers.
SDK:Windows Mobile Standard SDK
Development Environment:Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.