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Re: Using Strings in commands
Hi Mike, , ===========, var, Document, vservice: Variant;, count: integer;, begin, Document := CoDOMDocument.Create;, Document.load('c:\info.xml');, Document.element.subelement.text:= 'mouse';, ===========, in this case I have a list dynamically created variables (i do not know what they will be in advance) that are names of subelement, , Say I have a string with the value 'mickey' and I want to run the command, , Document.element.mickey.text:= 'mouse';, , Is this possible?, , Thanks in advance, , Gordon ALLAN, gordon@allanhome.net
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Using Strings in commands
I have command, , Document.Information..text, , where is a dynamically created string., , How can I cast this string into the command so that, for instance, if was mickey then I could make the command say, , document.information.mickey.text:= 'mouse', , Any thoughts?, , Thanks for now, , Gordon ALLAN, gordon@allanhome.net
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Windows Media Format
Lo folks, , I have been working with the Windows Media Format for a while now and have completed an Encodrer application, and am now trying to include a Windows Media Player in one of my applications., , I have the Windows Media Format SDK and the Windows Media Player SDK., , Does anyone have any experience of how to use the IWMReader Interface or the WMPOCX in delphi. I need to open an Audio Stream from the WMEncoder, rather than a WMA file, , Thanks for now, , Gordon ALLAN, gordon@allanhome.net
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Shareware protection...
I am about to release a beta version of some software I have been developong, but want to put a time limit and registration system in place. At the moment the software registration will be for information only, so that I know who has a copy, so I don't really want to buy anything at this stage., , Does anyone know of any free components that I could use., , I need it to:, 1. Run a timebomb, 2. Allow me to use my own forms, 3. Generate a machine specific code based of HDD serial number or some other serial number., 4. Allow for entering an unlock code, based on the generated code and registrants name., , Thanks in advance for any help., , Gordon ALLAN
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21 years ago

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Suggest you check out the following page, [URL=http://www.torry.net/shareware.htm]http://www.torry.net/shareware.htm[/URL] , , If they dont have it then I dont think youll find what your looking for free anywhere!
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Creating Container Classes
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