Change a Delphi field value without the change events firing (OnChange)
Sometimes you want to change the value of a Delphi control without its change event firing.
For example, when your application starts up and you are initializing control values. The rest of the application isn’t setup yet so you might not want the control change event firing and executing other code.
Ill show you how to do it with just one line of code using my custom unit for VCL and Firemonkey
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This simple technique will show you how to write a SELECT statement that dynamically creates a number of rows. It can be used to duplicate data or create a numbers on the fly, so the data looks like this.
Continue reading “Using SELECT to create a range of numbers or duplicate rows – Oracle SQL”
I just got started with this site
Ill be putting out a post every week or so as I dig through my collection of source code.
Drop by soon while I get stuck into creating more Delphi and Oracle posts
About The Author
The Usual Suspect
– Scott Hollows –
- Oracle and Delphi software developer.
- Australian Delphi User Group – Western Australia Chief Cat Herder
- Australian Delphi User Group – President
If you need to convert angles in Delphi between degrees (0 – 360), radians and X/Y coordinates you have come to the right place. Ill show you how to do it in just one line of code, two if you count the USES entry
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Do you need to open *.WebLoc files in Microsoft Windows ?
This will show you how using some free software that I developed called WinWebLoc
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