Lazarus - Free Delphi-like Free Pascal RAD IDE
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A NATOMY OF A D ELPHI U NIT Delphi For Beginners : Interface, Implementation, Initialization, Finalization, Uses and other "funny" words! If you plan on being a good Delphi programmer than words like interface, implementation, uses need to have special place in your programming knowledge. Delphi Projects When we create a Delphi application, we can start with a blank project, an existing project, or one of Delphi's application or form templates. A project consists of all the files needed to create our target application. The dialog box that pops up when we choose View-Project Manager lets us get access to the form and units in our project. A project is made up of a single project file (.dpr) that lists all the forms and units in the project.
Published on 09-04-2011 04:11 AM This program uses records as a demonstration on how they can be used in a roll playing game. This program is just a demonstration and not a true RPG game.
Introduction This is a basic guide on how to build components. It was tested on Windows 7 running Lazarus 0.9.30. Step 1: Create The Package
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The OpenWire is an open source Dataflow programming VCL and FireMonkey (FMX) library that extends the functionality of Delphi , C++ Builder and Lazarus by providing pin type component properties. The properties can be connected to each other. The connections can be used to deliver data or state information between the pins, simulating the functionality of LabVIEW , Agilent VEE and Simulink . [ edit ] History
English (en) | Español (es) | Français (fr) | 日本語 (ja) | Русский (ru) This page describes the possibilities how to create libraries with Lazarus/FPC and how to use them in projects and packages. Related Topics Creating bindings for C libraries - How to convert C header files (.h) to pascal units General Static linking: FPC compiles and links as default a static executable.
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The drop files event will be invoked when the user drops one or multiple dragged files on one of application's forms. First this event should be fired for target form (or main form if drop target is unknown), then for the application. Possible implementation for LCL TDropFilesEvent = procedure (Sender: TObject; const FileNames: Array of String) of Object; Add OnDropFiles: TDropFilesEvent to TCustomForm, TApplication and TApplicationProperties. Each form will have property AllowDropFiles: Boolean, which enables this event.
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