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8 Jan 2001 Automating Internet Explorer to Find All Links on a Web Page
You may want to find all links on a given web page. This document has source code and directions on how to do this.
Corbin Dunn TI
5 Jan 2001 Linux Kernel 2.4 is out - but when will Linux vendors start shipping it?
Yesterday, Linus Torvalds announced the availability of Linux 2.4. The first question is, "When will the Linux vendors start shipping it?"
David Intersimone Article
5 Jan 2001 How do I split the editor?
IDE tip for comparing files side by side.
Vincent Drake FAQ
3 Jan 2001 Almanac: 3 January 2001
Microsoft hit by discrimination suit. Chip makers in the er, chips. More to Linux than hyped stocks. Rethinking security. A blind date with virtual Eve.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
3 Jan 2001 Automating Internet Explorer to POST Form Data
How to control Internet Explorer and make it POST form data from an application
Corbin Dunn TI
2 Jan 2001 Is Turbo Pascal still available?
29 Dec 2000 Almanac: 29 December 2000
Security a serious issue for 2001. E-mail considered harmful. Java -- not just for geeks anymore. Linux not quite ready for the desktop. And the usual nonsense from J.D.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
22 Dec 2000 Newsgroup nugget: Kylix and dbExpress screen shots
An article on Kylix and dbExpress from the German developer magazine "Der Entwickler"
Anders Ohlsson Article
22 Dec 2000 Newsgroup nugget: Obfuscated Delphi?
An old favorite. This time in Delphi. Somebody's got too much time on their hands...
Anders Ohlsson Article
21 Dec 2000 is an excellent resource for web programming
Just the tips alone make this site worth a visit, but the free utilities (both web based and GUI based) make this site a must-visit place if you're doing anything with markup languages
John Kaster Article
21 Dec 2000 Almanac: 21 December 2000
Navel-gazing in the Linux community. Will banner ads keep the Internet free? Linux faces co-opting by big companies. Advocacy considered harmful.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
19 Dec 2000 HeadConv v. 4.20: Dr. Bob's C DLL header converter
HeadConv v. 4.20 is the latest version of Dr. Bob's free C DLL header converter, which generates implicit and explicit Delphi import units for C DLL header files. New in this release is a two-page dialog as sidekick for the command-line edition.
Bob Swart Article
14 Dec 2000 Almanac: 14 December 2000
Job insecurity at the dot-coms. IBM captures headlines with Linux-investment talk. Linux for PDAs -- update. Claudia Schiffer's new Palm computer.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
12 Dec 2000 Creating a Web Search Wizard using the OpenTools API.
How to create a wizard the remembers its position and state in the desktop speedsettings.
Corbin Dunn TI
11 Dec 2000 Dynamically changing the MainForm of an Application when it starts.
You may want to set a different Form as the MainForm for your Application based on a command line switch or registry setting.
Corbin Dunn FAQ
11 Dec 2000 Help pages are coming up blank in Delphi.
There is a limit to the number of help files that can be liked to one help screen.
11 Dec 2000 Dynamic Constraints in MIDAS
John K shows source code and sample projects for a run-time dynamic constraint editor for MIDAS servers, allowing you to change data constraints on the fly for your clients without recompiling
John Kaster Article
11 Dec 2000 How to move a string into a TMemoryStream or TFileStream.
Sometimes you need to move strings into TStreams. This describes how to easily accomplish this task.
Corbin Dunn FAQ
8 Dec 2000 Almanac: 8 December 2000
C++ considered harmful for open source projects. Mandrake on the move. Embedded-Linux starter kit. New uses for idle CPUs. Microsoft goes programmer-hunting. Is the dot-com economy circling the drain? And the usual nonsense from J.D.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
8 Dec 2000 How to print an HTML document from inside of your application
Printing HTML documents by automating Internet Explorer with TWebBrowser
Corbin Dunn FAQ

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