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Coder Message Board (Q&A). Free help! Answer questions. Part of our Coder Group. This group is devoted to general coding concepts and best practices including OO and non-OO topics.

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PS_2964
Buy cheap Runescape Gold at RSGOLDB2C
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10 days ago
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Object Orientation (OO)416
TuKool
RE: Windows 10 BDE Lck issue
I have disabled cache on both the ssd and hdd. Moving all directories to one or the other has no effect on the problem.
32 months ago
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Palm OS Developement39
Langley McKelvy
ROM Files
Anyone have a Handspring Visor Deluxe ROM File? I have the USB cradle and can't get mine with out the hassle of faxing Handspring.
18 years ago
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PS_2964
Buy cheap Runescape Gold at RSGOLDB2C
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Zak
Delphi vs VB... What is better?
Hi All, , I know it's not the wright place, but I didn't other place. , , Please I want trustable & proficinal answer. What is the better Delphi or VB? Why VB is more famous than Delphi., , Note , I'm Delphi programmer., , Thanks
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TuKool
Windows 10 BDE Lck issue
Hello I have a paradox 10 app that has been solid for over 10 years in a network multiuser environment. I am aware of all the settings required for normal operation. Recently I had a hard drive crash and purchased a new laptop running windows 10. This laptop runs a ssd as well as a hdd. I have a test environment on this laptop. No outside network comunication. All directories are on a seperate partition. Initially I had an issue that was solved by disabling the drive cache and oplocks. However, it seems to have come back. Initially the app seems fine. But after a bit of use table "add" commands start to fail with either a gpv or application freeze. Clearing lcks temporarily fixes the problem. I am totally stumped. Deploying the app to the network with windows 7 and windows 10 machines results in no problems. I only have issue in my test environment on my laptop. Any ideas? Windows 10 bde 5.202 local share true Lyndon
Posted to MB Topic: Object Orientation (OO)
32 months ago
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lyndon
I have disabled cache on both the ssd and hdd. Moving all directories to one or the other has no effect on the problem.
32 months ago
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Catalin2
man i'm stumped with this CD-ROM!
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20 years ago
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Bryan Valencia
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Langley McKelvy
ROM Files
Anyone have a Handspring Visor Deluxe ROM File? I have the USB cradle and can't get mine with out the hassle of faxing Handspring.
Posted to MB Topic: Palm OS Developement
18 years ago
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Anonymous
You have many roms located in Palm Emulator folder. --- Tae
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Daniel Kram
Great Delphi and .Net Tool
Bought this two days ago. Easy to implement, flexible and everything it says it is: http://eurekalog.com/ Well worth the price.
Posted to MB Topic: Coding Techniques
11 years ago
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mprestwood
Hi Daniel, Yeah, that's a great tool. One of our members demoed it at one of our Sac Delphi user group meetings a few years ago. Mike
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radhu_75
Delphi OO
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11 years ago
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rdkram
Okay. Sounds good. Sorry I could not write more, but I did not know how to wrap it up nicely inthe time I had at the moment.
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Brian Prestwood
Silverlight = DLR + WPFe
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11 years ago
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swapna
Associative Array
What is the difference between a normal and an associative array with the help of an example. can i get the explanation on the same?
(Moved from knowledge base.)
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12 years ago
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mprestwood
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