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Tuesday, 4. November 2014

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RAD XE7 Tour Coming to 10 Additional US Cities

Delphi Insider – RAD Studio XE7 World Tour - North AmericaSee the biggest release since 64-bit for RAD Studio! RAD Studio XE7 is the single biggest jump forward for 32-bit and 64-bit VCL and FireMonkey applications!Join Embarcadero’s David I, Jim McKeeth, Sarina DuPont, Al Mannarino ...
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IBLite example from CodeRage 9

Stephen Ball – The Object Pascal programming source code for the IBLite example from CodeRage 9 that I demo’ed is now available from Embarcadero’s Code Central http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/30035 The C++ programming version demo’ed requires the data module from the Object Pascal code, so once ...
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Brisbane Meeting – November 2014

Australian Delphi User Group Members – Thursday November 6th at 5:30pm to 9pm. Door Prize Winner Charles Hacker The following activities will occur: – For my photography collection, I have in mind to create a small utility for moving pictures and movies into a user-defined structure. At the meeting, the project idea will be ...
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Delphi; Reminder to self: “Parallel Programming Library” in XE7 is the end result of “Delphi Parallel Library” – Google Search. “Delphi Parallel Library” by Allen Bauer

The Wiert Corner – Like any long term project (Spring4D took about 5 years to release version 1.0 and still needs a lot of mobile polising) the “Delphi Parallel Library” took a long time to complete. It got incorporated as the “Parallel Programming Library” in Delphi XE7. Since the ...
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Delphi, C#, VB.NET and SQL all have escapes to use reserved words as identifiers

The Wiert Corner – Normally you would not want to use a reserved word as an identifier. But sometimes it can be very convenient, for instance for a code generator that wraps remoting calls or does ORM. Both Delphi and C# have an escape for this: & prefix for Delphi. @ prefix for C#. [] embedding for VB.NET. ...
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