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Understanding and Using Record Data Types in Delphi - About.com
Learn about records, Delphi's data structure that can mix any of Delphi's built in types including any types you have created.
Records in Delphi - Part 2 - About.com
Records in Delphi - Part 2. Why and when to use variant records, plus creating an array of records.
Advanced Record Structure Type in Turbo Delphi and Delphi 2006
Record data types in Delphi represent a mixed set of elements. Records in Turbo Delphi (Delphi 2006) are even more powerful, records support: constructor, ...
Create a Database Using Delphi's "File Of" Typed Files - About.com
Use Delphi to manage writing, reading and updating your own types of files. ... All the information is stored in my user-defined Delphi record data type.
How to Declare a Constant Record in Delphi - About.com
Record data types in Delphi represent a mixed set of elements. Each element is called a field; the declaration of a record type specifies a name and type for each  ...
How to Declare and Initialize Constant Arrays in Delphi - About.com
Here are a few examples of declaring and initializing constant arrays in Delphi: Ads. &ensp. &ensp. &ensp. type TShopItem = record Name : string; Price ...
Sorting records in Delphi DBGrid by Clicking on Column Title
How to sort records in Delphi DbGrid by clicking on the column title. Plus: how to change the appearance of the selected column title to reflect the sort order.
DBGrid with MultiSelect - Delphi - About.com
DBGrid with MultiSelect. Multiple row selection in Delphi DBGrid - providing the ability to select multiple records within the grid. A Beginner's Guide to Delphi ...
Understanding Delphi Class (and Record) Helpers - About.com
A feature of the Delphi language added some years ago (way back in in Delphi 2005) called "Class Helpers" is designed to let you add new functionality to an ...
Understanding and Using Pointers in Delphi - About.com
An introduction to pointer data type in Delphi. ... Pointers to Records. When we define a record or other data type, it's a common practice to also to define a ...
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