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Saw this for the first time a few years ago in a Jimmy John's
Posted 9 years ago
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Scrambled Text
Apparently if the first and last letters are correct, the rest don't matter.
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Oh, I have never been down this path before. {#banghead} Not only will the grunt programmer be pushed to complete it on time and under budget, but they will receive a $25 gift card for a job well done.
Posted 10 years ago
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Grunt Programmer to Lead Programmer
We can't do this proposed project.
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{Too Long!}
Posted 10 years ago
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Delphi Array (x=Array[0..3] of string;)

Languages Focus: Array

A data structure in which individual values (called elements or items) may be located by reference to one or more integer index variables, the number of such indices being the number of dimensions in the array. Arrays can start with an index value of 0 or 1, sometimes referred to as 0 based or 1 based.

Delphi Array

Delphi supports both static and dynamic arrays as well as single and multi dimensional arrays.
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It's just youBig Grin!
Posted 11 years ago
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Delphi Class..Object (class..end..Create)
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Posted 12 years ago
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Using Record Types In Delphi
How to use records in Delphi.
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I could not upload the associated zip file. I am working with Mike to get the file attached to the posting. If you need it before then, just respond to this post or email me direclty.
Posted 12 years ago
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Modified Preorder Tree Traversal Algorithm
I needed a way to show a hierarchical structure. What most were saying, was the, Modified Preorder Tree Traversal Algorithm, was a preferred way of doing hierarchical sets. I thought I would share the code with you.
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Another form of a multiple line comment (*  some comments go here*) Speaking of comments: // I am a Single line comment Multiple levels of comments. You can nest comments like the example below (*  I am a comment  {    I am a comment within a comment  }*) The hierarchy of comments: (* comment *) = highest precedence{ comment }// comment

Contrl + / Shortcut

To mark or unmark a series of lines of code with a comment
  • Highlight the lines of code you wish to comment out - hold down the shift key and move cursor up or down.
  • Hit Ctrl + / and the lines will be commented out. If they already were commented out, they will no longer be commented
  • Before: if (something) thenbegin  ShowMessage('I did it.');end; After: //if (something) then, //begin, //  ShowMessage('I did it.');, //end;
    Posted 12 years ago
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    Delphi Comments (// or { ... } or (* ... *))

    Languages Focus: Comments

    Commenting code generally has three purposes: to document your code, for psuedo coding prior to coding, and to embed compiler directives. Most languages support both a single line comment and a multiple line comment. Some languages also use comments to give instructions to the compiler or interpreter.

    Delphi Comments

    Commenting Code, Delphi uses // for a single line comment and both {} and (**) for multiple line comments. Although you can nest different types of multiple line comments, it is recommended that you don't. Compiler Directives - $, A special comment. Delphi compiler directives are in the form of {$DIRECTIVE}. Of interest for comments is using the $IFDEF compiler directive to remark out code.
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    Posted 12 years ago
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    Associative Arrays in Delphi/Object Pascal (Use TStringList)

    TStringList Example, Object Pascal doesn't have a native associative array, but you can use a TStringList the same way. (Alternatively, search the Internet for TStringHash and THashedStringList classes for implementations of a true associative array).

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    WIth Delphi 5 and later, it is my understanding it is better to use FreeAndNil(objMyObject); Thoughts and comments?
    Posted 12 years ago
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    Delphi Destructor (Free or FreeAndNil)
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