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A 10 Minute Delphi Console App Quick Start
Create a classic "Hello, World" Windows native code Console App using Delphi. This tutorial is based on Borland Developer Suite 2006 but you can use any version of Delphi you wish.
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Data Execution Prevention - Bug in Delphi 7
Late versions of Windows - and late processors - include a feature called Date Execution Prevention, or DEP. Programs written in Delphi 7 can trigger DEP errors because of a bug in the SysUtils unit. This article describes an unofficial fix.
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Delphi Destructor (Free or FreeAndNil)
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ADS Components - Master/Detail datasets in Delphi 6
Tips and techniques for creating a typical master/detail relationship between Advantage Database Server tables in a Delphi 6 form. This article also includes tips for using client datasets in relationships between ADS tables.
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Posted 62 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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Delphi Logical Operators
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Posted 65 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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Program or unit recursively uses itself
[DCC Fatal Error] Program or unit 'Buttons' recursively uses itself
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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
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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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