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You are right that Delphi is very easy to learn and understand language and it does have a case sensitivity so we need to take care of this. 
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Posted 32 hours ago
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Delphi Case Sensitivity (No)

Languages Focus: Case Sensitivity

Case sensitiviy in this case is referring to commands and variable names. For example, are "printf" and "PrintF" equivalent? Are fullname and FullName equivalent? When you create commands, operations, methods, or variables should you worry about case?

Delphi Case Sensitivity

Object Pascal is generally not case sensitive.
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Posted 45 hours ago
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Delphi Logical Operators
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thank you for presenting this information. those some may think this stuff is outdate but these are the basics and basics can never be outdated. your artcle did help me a lot when i was working on the computer sciences project (more here). it was a life saver ))
Posted 5 days ago
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Delphi Case Sensitivity (No)

Languages Focus: Case Sensitivity

Case sensitiviy in this case is referring to commands and variable names. For example, are "printf" and "PrintF" equivalent? Are fullname and FullName equivalent? When you create commands, operations, methods, or variables should you worry about case?

Delphi Case Sensitivity

Object Pascal is generally not case sensitive.
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Many thanks for amazing guide, you are rock! I really appreciate what you are doing. I had problems and constant errors, when was working on my project, so I want to try now what you are suggesting with the hope that everything will be soon fixed. 
Posted 40 days ago
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Program or unit recursively uses itself
[DCC Fatal Error] Program or unit 'Buttons' recursively uses itself
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does not work don´t show anything --- daniel
Posted 19 months ago
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GETTING A LIST OF PC MAC ADDRESSES
Found a cryptic version of this code on http://www.delphifaq.com/faq/delphi/network/f702.shtml by narayana and re-arranged and adapted it to produce a non-duplicated list of MAC addresses in a re-usable code snippet. I show you how to include this unit in your project and then how to call it to get a list of the MAC addresses. Most importantly, it does not use NetBios and I have tested it on Win7 32- and 64-bit. ,
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The "correct" way is to use BeginUpdate / EndUpdate regardless of the Sorted flag, even when adding multiple lines to a memo, eg. oStrings.BeginUpdate; try   for nLoop:=0 to 10000 do     oStrings.Add(IntToStr(nLoop)); finally   oStrings.EndUpdate; end; --- AzzaAzza69
Posted 19 months ago
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TStringList - Maximizing Performance
Before adding many new entries to a TStringList, set its Sorted property to false. Add all your entries. Finally, set the Sorted property back to True (if desired). Sorting is expensive, in terms of macnine cycles. By leaving the Sorted property set to True, you force the TStingList to re-sort itself after each entry. This can significantly slow things down. This applies to TStrings, as well, and all components that have a TStrings property, like TListBox, etc.
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THanks for providing such a useful informations. --- Newp
Posted 21 months ago
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Connection String Builder Component for Delphi
In its IDE, Delphi makes it easy for us to generate correct connection strings for database connections that require them. Unfortunately, Delphi doesnt offer the same convenience at run-time when our customers need it most! This article offers a Prestwood exclusive, TConnectionStringBuilder, a non-visual component you can use in your applications to let your users build a connection string at program startup. You can then store that connection string, for future use, in an INI file or registry key.
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Hi Mike, Can you please explain how to use DYNAMIC abstract methods. --- raj
Posted 25 months ago
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Delphi Abstraction (abstract, override)
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hello world --- alex
Posted 29 months ago
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Delphi: Encryption of data fields
This article discusses the reasons and methods for encrypting data fields in Delphi.
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Thank you for doing these sample questions! Question#8 could be clarified a bit more though to specify that the different case variables cannot be used within the same scope (thus the answer is False). At first I thought the question was asking if either case could be used in Delphi (I was thinking different scopes), which would lead to a True answer. --- Janice
Posted 33 months ago
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Delphi Case Sensitivity (No)

Languages Focus: Case Sensitivity

Case sensitiviy in this case is referring to commands and variable names. For example, are "printf" and "PrintF" equivalent? Are fullname and FullName equivalent? When you create commands, operations, methods, or variables should you worry about case?

Delphi Case Sensitivity

Object Pascal is generally not case sensitive.
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