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28 May 2003 Get Your Delphi Apps off to a Fast Start by Clay Shannon
Explains how and why you should create a template project. This can save you a lot of time whenever you begin a new Delphi project, as the normal "setup work" you do will already be done--setting properties, adding forms and units, etc.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
23 May 2003 Interview with Ray Lischner
Ray Lischner talks about his books, how he backed into programming, his keyboard deafness, the extent of his multilingualism, C#, his predictions for a post-.NET Borland, and what he's currently working on.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
20 May 2003 Interview with Jeff Duntemann by Clay Shannon
Jeff Duntemann tells about his experiences working for Borland, writing and editing for Coriolis and Visual Developer, a rigged programming contest he participated in vs. Bill Gates, what he does everywhere, and what he's been up to lately.
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
15 May 2003 Interview with Steve Teixeira by Clay Shannon
Interview with Steve Teixeira, co-author of the classic "Delphi X Developer's Guide" (along with Xavier Pacheco). Among other things, Steve tells about his days at Borland, how the tome mentioned above came about, and "geek" practical jokes
Clay Shannon Contributed Article
1 May 2003 Simple Programming Tip #1 by Charlie Calvert
This article contains the explication of a simple programming tip that can be read in a few minutes: Avoid writing code that does anything substantial inside a visual container. Instead, create separate classes for your working code.
Charlie Calvert Contributed Article
3 Apr 2003 Using Semaphores in Delphi, Part 1
Semaphores are like mutexes on steroids. Not only can they coordinate multiple threads and process, but they can permit more than one simultaneous lock. This article shows you how to use these useful objects in a multithreaded environment
Cary Jensen Contributed Article
20 Feb 2003 New Delphi language feature: Multiple inheritance for interfaces in Delphi for .NET
Update 3 of the Delphi for .NET preview includes compiler enhancements for multiple inheritance for interfaces
John Kaster Article
20 Feb 2003 Update 3 of the Delphi for .NET preview is available for download
An update containing improvements to the compiler, RTL and VCL of the Delphi for .NET preview is now available for download
John Kaster Article
3 Feb 2003 Multiple inheritance for interfaces in Delphi for .NET
Update 2 of the Delphi for .NET preview includes compiler enhancements for multiple inheritance for interfaces
John Kaster Article
2 Oct 2002 Using the Delphi for .NET Preview compiler in the Delphi 7 IDE
An Open Tool for using the preview compiler with the Delphi 7 IDE is available for download
John Kaster Article
5 Aug 2002 How to Convert a String of Integers into an Array of Byte.
Justin Swett FAQ
5 Aug 2002 Converting Double Types from Little Endian to Big Endian Using Variant Records.
Justin Swett FAQ
30 Jul 2002 How to Get the Filename of the Process that is Currently Executing.
Justin Swett FAQ
20 Jun 2002 Public Beta: Variants for Delphi 6 (Updated to Beta 3/Final)
An updated version of Delphi 6's variant support is available for testing.
John Kaster Article
20 Jun 2002 Delphi 6 Updates for the RTL and Informix 9.2.1
Registered users can now download two new updates for Delphi 6
John Kaster Article
12 Apr 2002 What causes internal error T2261?
FAQ
24 Mar 2002 Simple scripting with NetCLX extension components
C++ Builder 6, Delphi 6 and Kylix all have new RTTI functions that make simple scripting much easier to implement. John K shares some producer components that show how.
John Kaster Article
1 Mar 2002 Cup of coffee for dolphins. Part I
Java for Delphi programmers. This part describes basic Java instructions compared to Delphi.
Piotr Gawronski Contributed Article
28 Feb 2002 How to disable a Menu item with out greying it out.
Code sample shows how to disable a Menu item with out greying it out.
Kendall Sullivan FAQ
28 Feb 2002 How to ensure that a path name ends with a trailing path delimiter ('\').
The code sample below demonstrates how to make sure that a backslash is added to a path.
Kendall Sullivan FAQ

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