Training & Consultancy
is a place where I present small tips & tricks for Delphi and C++Builder developers (sometimes related to Kylix as well).
* Book Top 3 *
C++Builder 6 Developer's Guide
Delphi 6 Developer's Guide
Kylix Developer's Guide
Published not allowed?
In this tip-of-the-hat, I explain the rules for the use of the published keyword inside class definitions.
Design or Runtime?
In this tip-of-the-hat, I show how to distinguish between design-time and runtime inside your Delphi, Kylix or C++Builder applications.
C++Builder 5 WebBroker DLLs
In this tip-of-the-hat, I'll fix the
"only one data module per application"
message for C++Builder 5 WebBroker DLLs.
Apache DSO and Post with Kylix 1.0
In this tip-of-the-hat, I'll fix a bug in Kylix 1.0 Server Developer when writing Apache DSO applications using POSTs.
Start Me Up!
In this tip-of-the-hat, I'll explain some of the Delphi 5 start-up options that are available and can be very handy.
Components and Names
In this tip-of-the-hat, I explain why the
components will not work unless you've given them your own unique names.
Data-Aware Right-Aligned TB42DBEdit
In this tip-of-the-hat, I implement a data-aware edition of the right-aligned TB42Edit (for numerical data entry).
In this tip-of-the-hat, I implement a TLabel component with lowered and raised shading styles.
In this tip-of-the-hat, I implement a right-aligned TEdit component which is quite handy for numerical input.
Delphi 1.0x TCustomOutline
In this tip-of-the-hat, I fix a minor problem in the TCustomOutline component of Delphi 1.0x
In this tip-of-the-hat, I experiment with several ways to refresh the contents of the TFileListBox component.
Enter as TAB (2)
In this tip-of-the-hat, I follow-up on the previous item by showing how to use Enter as TAB inside a TDBGrid control.
Enter as TAB?
In this second tip-of-the-hat, I answer the classic question:
how can I use the enter key as tab?
Pointing with an hourglass
In this first tip-of-the-hat, I show how to turn the mouse pointer into an hourglass and back to normal again.
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