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Real Name:  Charlie Kerscher
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Company:  Metro Computer Services
Joined: Feb 2002 (19 years ago)
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Need BDE replacement
Am using CodeGear 2007 Win32 with dBase, ACE Reporter, Woll2Woll, JEDI components; therefore I have a lot of TTables and TQueries throughout my program. My applciation runs on a 2003 server with XP workstations. The response time to access data (retrieve, post, do SQLs) is horrible. The users are demanding something better. But I don't know what is better. And I don't know what the ramfications are in changing to something better. I sincerely hope that someone can give me recommendations as well as address the difficulty in changing to another database. Thank you so much, Charlie
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Distributed Apps « Delphi Board
10 years ago

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10 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
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Pascal and Delphi Coding

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RE: Need BDE replacement
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Posted to MB Topic: Delphi Distributed Apps « Delphi Board
10 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
Pascal and Delphi Coding

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The following didn't work for me in Delphi 5 Enterprise version To mark or unmark a series of lines of code with a comment 1) Highlight the lines of code you wish to comment out - hold down the shift key and move cursor up or down. 2) Hit Ctrl + / and the lines will be commented out. If they already were commented out, they will no longer be commented Any ideas. Thanks, Charlie
Posted 13 years ago
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Delphi Comments (// or { ... } or (* ... *))

Languages Focus: Comments

Commenting code generally has three purposes: to document your code, for psuedo coding prior to coding, and to embed compiler directives. Most languages support both a single line comment and a multiple line comment. Some languages also use comments to give instructions to the compiler or interpreter.

Delphi Comments

Commenting Code, Delphi uses // for a single line comment and both {} and (**) for multiple line comments. Although you can nest different types of multiple line comments, it is recommended that you don't. Compiler Directives - $, A special comment. Delphi compiler directives are in the form of {$DIRECTIVE}. Of interest for comments is using the $IFDEF compiler directive to remark out code.
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