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3 Dec 1999 Conflict between InteliMouse driver v2.2d and TDBLookupComboBox
Adding two lines of code can fix conflict with IntelliMouse driver 2.2d
2 Dec 1999 CNET: Win2000's successor in beta
Microsoft's next OS release, code-named "Millennium," was quietly released to beta testers late last month.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
2 Dec 1999 CNET: Broadband to take off
IDC reports that DSL Internet access is likely to grow from 70,000 subscribers last year to 27.3 million by 2003.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
2 Dec 1999 Linux Today launches "Counter FUD" initiative
Site operators claim Linux "march to world domination" is well underway.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
2 Dec 1999 The daily fishwrap
A quick look at the big news and the not-so-big news in the world of software development. By J.D. Hildebrand.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
2 Dec 1999 Today's heresy: Reuniting code and data
Programming experience may have taught you that embedding data in code is a bad idea. It may be time to rethink that lesson.
Doug Scott Article
2 Dec 1999 How to change the Block indent of generated code
How to get to and change the setting for "Block Indent"
Shane Hausle FAQ
2 Dec 1999 How do I add snippets to the Gallery
The gallary is the dialog box that appears after selecting File | New
Shane Hausle FAQ
2 Dec 1999 How to do a Block indent of selected code in the editor
The hot keys used for this feature.
Shane Hausle FAQ
2 Dec 1999 The coming of age of Delphi
Delphi can get a legal drivers license in the U.S. She is 16 years old! She has had two name changes!
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Setting the Caption Displayed in the Startbar
Explains how to set the Caption that is displayed in the Startbar.
Kevin Scardina FAQ
1 Dec 1999 FOCUS-EU approves Internet digital signature law
European Union telecoms ministers approved on Tuesday a law giving digital signatures on contracts agreed over the Internet the same legal status as their hand-written equivalents.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Data access dilemma
Traditionally, Delphi applications used the BDE to access databases. But with Delphi 5 there's a new option -- ADO.
Marco Canty Article
1 Dec 1999 The 1GHz race is on
The escalating rivalry between Intel and AMD is expected to pay an unexpected dividend next year and beyond.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Linux continues to woo enterprise customers
IT executives who have been eyeing Linux as an alternative operating system for enterprise servers are beginning to see more diverse options emerge from the open source arena.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Microsoft, DOJ talks under way
The Microsoft antitrust battle moved Tuesday to Chicago, where lawyers gathered with federal judge Richard Posner, who has agreed to serve as mediator between the software giant and the government.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Mini-Zip Computer virus tears through companies
Experts scrambled to warn thousands of computer users that a familiar and damaging virus has struck scores of companies and could be slumbering in their e-mail inboxes.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 Microsoft's CE to become "Windows Powered"
In an attempt to kill several birds with one stone, Microsoft is planning to revamp the branding of its scaled-down Windows CE operating system for non-desktop computers next year.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 One of the first Open Source Legal Battles
John Lions wrote the first, and perhaps only, literary criticism of Unix, sparking one of open source's first legal battles.
David Intersimone Article
1 Dec 1999 US Government Builds Monster Linux Machine
The Department of Energy's Argonne National Lab has built its largest supercomputer system ever - a 256-node cluster that is to be based on Intel hardware and the Linux operating system
John Kaster Article

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