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Animated Cursor v.? (03.03.2002) - 5 Kb
   Example to create an animated cursor (NT style).
Author: Alexander Halser
DB error handling v.? (03.03.2002) - 11 Kb
   This example includes a routine that can display more verbose database errors that occur in an application. In particular, the EDatabaseError and EDBEngineError are handled. If any other exception is raised, the standard dialog box is displayed with the exception message.
Author: Borland International
DebugLog v.1.0 (03.03.2002) - 9 Kb
   DebugLog is a little application that brings up a window containing a
TMemo that logs textual information. The idea is that you send strings
to it from an application you're debugging.
Author: Mike Scott
Delphin v.0.05A (03.03.2002) - 106 Kb
   Delphi interpreter.
Author: Sergey Kurinny
ESBCalc v.1.5 (03.03.2002) - 458 Kb
   This is a small Scientific Calculator that supports full precedence. Currently it does not support Exponential Notation, but does include a number of functions, Clipboard Support, History of results and more.
Author: Glenn Crouch
HitRat v.? (03.03.2002) - 462 Kb
   The object of this game is to use the mouse to hit the rats, the more rats that were hited,the better you played.
Author: Xue Huai Qing
In-Memory Table v.? (03.03.2002) - 6 Kb
   This exmaple demonstrated how to use In-Memory tables in Delphi. This program will take the table that is connected to the DemoTable TTable object on the main form and place all the information into the In-Memory table (if possible). Only logical field types are supported (string, int16, int32, float, time, date, timestamp).
Pascal Syntax Selector v.? (03.03.2002) - 16 Kb
   Delphi 2.0 lacks any macro capability to allow placement of such syntax monsters. Using the Syntax Editor, simply choose the radio button next to the language syntax you want pasted to your source code, and it will appear wherever the cursor is located on the active edit window. After its first use, Syntax Editor is minimized and can be invoked again using the mouse.
Author: Charles M. Fisher
RecallALL v.? (03.03.2002) - 5 Kb
   This utility "resets" all Paradox databases in one alias by:
1. Emptying each table,
2. Packing each table,
3. Setting any autoincrement counters to zero (by restructuring these fields to longint and then back to autoincrement).
A new master password may be applied to all databases in the process.
Author: Robert A. Dickinson
ScreenSaver v.? (03.03.2002) - 187 Kb
Author: Jon Baker

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