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1. Power: Chapter 16, Handling the Keyboard

Chapter 16, "Handling the Keyboard" from Paradox 9 Power Programming by Mike Prestwood.

Posted to KB Topic: P9 Book: Power Programming
17 years ago, and updated 9 years ago
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2. PHP Constants (define)

In PHP, you declare constants using the define keyword:

define("CONST_NAME", "Value");

Constants in PHP are case sensitive. A common standard in PHP is to use all-uppercase letters, with underscores to separate words within the name.

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3. Delphi Constructors (constructor)

In Delphi, use the constructor keyword to signify which method or methods are constructors for a class. It is traditional but not required to use a procedure called Create.

In addition to having multiple named constructors, you can overload constructors.

Posted to KB Topic: OOP
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
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4. Power: Chapter 04, An Introduction to ObjectPAL

Chapter 4, "An Introduction to ObjectPAL" from Paradox 9 Power Programming by Mike Prestwood.

Posted to KB Topic: P9 Book: Power Programming
17 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
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5. C# Constructors (Use class name)

In C#, a constructor is called whenever a class or struct is created. A constructor is a method with the same name as the class with no return value and you can overload the constructor. If you do not create a constructor, C# will create an implicit constructor that initializes all member fields to their default values.

Constructors can execute at two different times. Static constructors are executed by the CLR before any objects are instantiated. Regular constructors are executed when you create an object.

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11 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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tlegends
Variable with value of reserved word query
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Posted to MB Topic: ObjectPAL « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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tlegends
Excellent! That worked perfectly! Thank You
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Catalin2
man i'm stumped with this CD-ROM!
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Rick Carter
CodeGear has a new home!
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Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
14 years ago
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Rick Carter
Another news article on the acquisition of CodeGear by Embarcadero: http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=32238 Sounds like they're very optimistic!
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rt
Analysis required
I am afraid there is more, can anyone explain the difference between these two lines of code as I would like to know what's going on! This originally started as the word "Month" appeared to be some type of reserved word and threw up error messages - as it stands neither example will work., , The first line is as supplied by ScottW as an example and will only produce a blank grid unless, strangely, the word "Months" is entered in Edit1 when it will produce all the records in the Months field., , The second line will correctly produce a list of the months appropriate to what was entered., , Query1.SQL.Add ('WHERE' + QuotedStr('Months')+ ' =' + QuotedStr(Edit1.Text)); , , Query1.SQL.Add ('WHERE' + ('Months')+ ' =' + QuotedStr(Edit1.Text));, , I would like to understand what's happening.
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
14 years ago
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ldrews
Re: SQL Monitor, , Sorry about that. It us on the Database menu item. But I think it is only there for Enterprise version of Delphi.
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DBA
Reserved Characters
I am somewhat of a Paradox novice. I have data in a Paradox 4 DB, and need to change some the data. Was wondering, what are the reserved characters if any that I can change the data to that is a varchar data type as well as the primary key. I need to do this because I am trying to move some of the data including the PK to SQL Server. And I am running into problems with PK fields that end in with the '[' Character. SQL Server interpets it as a new column and thereby thinks it is duplicate
Posted to MB Topic: Paradox Forms « Paradox Board
14 years ago
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Tony.M80
So, your question is actually about SQL Server rather than Paradox, correct?, , Others here may be able to help., , But I'd really suggest asking this on a SQL Server forum. They are likely able to help you more specifically and in depth.
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