by Eka Puji Widiyanto (from psc cd)
This article will show you how to make your application to be able automatically load when Windows is on starts up.
|Delphi TextFile tutorial for beginners|
by Olfert Bakker (from psc cd)
This article is for those Delphi beginners out there who wish to learn a little bit about the basics of Delphi TextFile Management. I remember having lots of trouble with it when I was new to Delphi, so I figured I might as well help the 'freshmen' getting this done!
|Change String To Proper Case|
by bleh (from psc cd)
I may be reinventing the wheel here, but so far I have yet to find a built in Delphi function that will convert a string to proper case. I found this code somewhere on the web a while back, lost it, and managed to recreate it last night.
by Emiel Hollander (from psc cd)
The global object Mouse, which is of type TMouse, contains information about the mouse. The object Mouse has several properties and one method I'll discuss here. For more properties and methods look in the Delphi help file, I will only discuss one method that is only present in TMouse, and not the methods that are derived from TObject.
by Anonymous (from psc cd)
Here is an example showing how to use the Component Template. You will find it under 'Component' on the Delphi menu.
Component Templates are very handy, yet very simple to use.
|Better moving form|
by Mark van Renswoude (from psc cd)
While looking at somebody else's code, I noticed he was doing all sorts of stuff with the MouseDown and MouseMove events. Here's a better way, it captures the WM_NCHITTEST message which Windows sends to make Windows think the user is clicking on the titlebar, thus moving the form...
|Get the name of the day today!|
by Christer Bru (from psc cd)
Easy-to-understand-function that returns the day todays name in string and takes no parameters. It returns the name in Englsih even if the operating system is another laguage. Good for text editing programs. Please rate...
|Customizing the Delphi IDE|
by Zach Hunt (from psc cd)
Using the windows registry you can customize many different aspects of the Delphi IDE that are not available in the Enviornment options of Delphi. This tutorial shows how to do this. Please vote!
|IDE Peek Expert|
by Found on the World Wide Web (from psc cd)
There are a variety of very dirty, and undoubtably illegal, things you can do with Delphi Experts if you know the names of the controls in the Delphi IDE. This expert examines the Delphi interface starting with Application for the components it contains. It does this by recursively iterating through the component arrays. Because not all components are simultaneously present, dialog boxes for example are only created when required, the expert puts a hook into the IDE which monitors W ... (see entry for full description)
|Grab the current URL from IE|
by Bryan Hammond (from psc cd)
This code will show you how to find the Internet Explorer browser window, then grab the current URL out of the IE address bar. Perfect for learning simple win32 api functions in delphi.
|GoMoku for Delphi - How It Works|
by Peter E. Williams (from psc cd)
This article was written to be read in conjunction with my GoMoku game. It explains the game, the code and why I did things the way that I did. You will find GoMoku v0.04 in the Delphi / Games section.
by Jason Myerscough (from psc cd)
This is a break down tutorial explaining how to open and close the Cd rom.
|Split Function in Delphi|
by Nick Siderakis (from psc cd)
Hey this function just emulates the Visual Basic function that we know and love “split”!!! You use it the same way you would have in vb.
avar := split('string to break up',' ',2);
That will return avar as “to” that’s it, have fun and please vote!!
|CheckBox in DBGrid|
by Tief (from psc cd)
This article shows you how to put a checkbox in a dbgrid. If the column is of boolean type, then a checkbox will appear. Great Look and very easy;
by Exercia (from psc cd)
The object of this short tutorial is to demonstrate how processes can be hidden from the windows, its taskbar, and its task manager. It also contains my code to hide from the task manager on 9x machines without crashing when run on NT, or XP.