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ファイルを圧縮して保存と呼び出し方法TZCompressionStream, TZDecompressionStream[JAPAN] 毛利です。 TZCompressionStreamを使って、TStreamデータを圧縮し保存し さらにTZDecompressionStreamを使い解凍する方法をご紹介します。 まず圧縮と解凍用に共通のテンプレートクラスを作成します。 #include <fmx.h> #include <System.ZLib.hpp> #include <memory> //--------------------------------------------------------------------------- __fastcall TForm1::TForm1(TComponent* Owner) : TForm(Owner) { } template <typename T1, typename T2, typename T3> struct compression_stream { ///Template for common. std::unique_ptr<T1> f_compression_stream; T3 f_level; T2* f_stream; compression_stream(T3 l_level, T2* l_stream) { f_level = l_level; f_stream = l_stream; f_compression_stream = {std::make_unique<T1>(l_level, f_stream)}; } compression_stream(T2* l_stream) { f_stream = l_stream; f_compression_stream = {std::make_unique<T1>(f_stream)}; } ~compression_stream() { } };
How to write in C++Builder Firemonkey. Make a barcode. Make a barcode with C++Builder Firemonkey. This time, I used DEKO-san library. http://ht-deko.com/junkbox.html#BARCODE When unpacking, there is a BARCODE.PAS file inside. This BARCODE.PAS file needs to be rewritten a bit. That's pretty simple. Just change String to AnsiString.   Next, I will make a new project. The project is C++Builder Firemonkey. Add BARCODE.PAS to the project. BARCODE.hpp will be created when building.And then design the screen. In the...
The 25 days of C++mas - December 20 - tools included in C++Builder XE3 for 64-bit support With the addition of the 64-bit C++11 compiler in C++Builder XE3 update 1 (and RAD Studio XE3 update 1), there are a host of new 64-bit tools to go along with the compiler.  Here is a list (with links to the Embarcadero DocWiki articles) of the new 64-bit tools that are part of the 64-bit Windows application development set. bcc64.exe - the C++11 64-bit command line compiler - http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/XE3/en/BCC64.EXE,_the_C%2B%2B_64-bit_Windows_Compiler Ilink64.exe - the 6...
The 25 days of C++mas - December 19 - Migrating C++Builder Code to 64-bits (2) In my first blog post about Bruneau Babet's CodeRage 7 C++ session, "Migrating C++Builder Code to 64-bits", I covered some of the language extensions added to support Win64 and integration with Delphi language features.  In part two I'll list a few more of the migration items that Bruneau presented.  With C++Builder XE3 64-bit, you can generally take your C++ 32-but VCL and FireMonkey applications, add the 64-bit Windows target platform and do a rebuild.  But, since the 64-bit compiler is based ...
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