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Using Records to avoid problems with database date/time interval

Andreano Lanusse – A record (analogous to a structure in some languages) represents a heterogeneous set of elements. Each element is called a field; the declaration of a record type specifies a name and type for each field. The record type became more powerful in Delphi 2006 by adding support for: Constructors Non-virtual methods Static methods and properties and more. Though records can now share much of the functionality of classes, there are some important differences between classes and records. Records do not support inheritance. Records can contain variant parts; classes cannot. Records are value ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Andreano Lanusse @ 2010-04-16 00:44

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