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  December 2013 - Prism Edition Year 15 Issue 12  
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Website Design topic (classic post):
Contact Forms and Privacy
by Gerald Renton

Creating a Contact Form necessitates the use of a Privacy Policy (normally linked to in the footer).

The State of California requires any commercial website or online service collecting information about consumers residing in California to post a privacy policy on the website used to collect information. 

Make sure that your estimate includes time for creating a privacy policy as part of the task.
 






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Language Basics topic (classic post):
Delphi Prism Code Blocks (begin..end)
by Mike Prestwood

Same as in Delphi for Win32 but Prism also supports inline variable declaration.


 Monthly Prism Lesson
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Code Snippet of the Month

Prism allows parameters of the same type to be listed together, separated by commas, and followed with a single data type (more params of different data types can follow, after a semi-colon). The default for parameters is by value. For by reference, add var in front of the parameter. Prism also offers constant parameters where you add const in front of the parameter. A constant parameter is like a local constant or read-only parameter the compiler can optimize.

function Add(a, b: integer) : integer; 

begin
  Result := a + b;
end;
 
procedure ReplaceTime(var pDT: TDateTime; const pNewDT: TDateTime);
begin
end;
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Resource Link of the Month: The Delphi Prism Primer

Comprehensive introduction by Christian Stelzmann.



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