Designing and implementing DOS, DPMI, and Windows apps in TP, BP, and Delphi (Windows VCL, Custom Controls, Runtime UI design, Windows API, Database, SQL, Threading, Btrieve, Pervasive.SQL, Advantage Database, ADO to MDB, ADO to MS SQL, MDI Apps, MS Office Integration, barcode generation, Document imaging application development, TIFF file structure, and some IFF file experience).
Over 20 years designing and implementing DOS, DPMI, and Windows apps in TP, BP, and Delphi.
The fact that I have so much experience in it makes it easy to use.
I would love to create a program in Delphi for printing ID cards, forms, and other documents using data from a variety of databases.
I have created work-arounds for the Windows API Multiple document interface limitations making it possible to have maximized and normal forms in the same MDI parent. I've created a custom reporting engine with an integrated preview system.
|Michael||07/21/14||10||10||10||Thanks Brian Works great Appreciated Michael|
It looks to me like you're getting what you asked for, but you're looking in the wrong place... the correct key is: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion then 'CurrentVersion'
Beth, I'm not sure about mddyy format, so I'll assume that it's mmddyy. If your dates just need the / added to them, you could use the Copy function to patch it together like: function DBDateToCRDate(DBDate:String):
Sorry for the delay, but if you still need it, Label1.Caption:=GetCurrentVersionRegStr('ValueName');
Daniel, I don't have a lot of experience with smtp, but I know that if you leave the From and To fields blank as in the code above, the mail server (and possibly even Delphi) will reject the message
Michael, The original message indicated that you wanted the thousands seperator: Edit1.text:=Formatfloat('#,##0.00',mydouble); If you don't want the thousands seperators, then you have to change the