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Back to the Future: Rückblick Forentage in Hamburg und EKON in Köln In den letzten Tagen war es hier etwas ruhig..... Konferenzen und Urlaub muss auch mal sein. Hier einige Eindrücke von den Forentagen in Hamburg: Sebastian Gingter Haupt-Session-Raum / Panorama Die Vortragenden: David Millington, Stefan Glienke, Bernd Ott, Sebastian Gingter, Volker Hillmann, Christina Kruse, Bernd Ua, Ulf Klarmann, Frank Lauter, Bruno Fierens, Uwe Raabe, .... Und natürlich von der EKON aus Köln: Marco Cantus Keynote Bernd Ua Keynote Einer meiner Vorträg...
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Save Paradox Blob format to a file using BDE C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo does not have BDE installed.So, Install BDE separately in C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo.It is after the end of the all of the installation.   Download BDE Installer for RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo Download the installer from the URL below.ID: 30752, BDE Installer for RAD Studio, Delphi, C++Builder 10.2 Tokyo    Check the Paradox data. Use the sample file named biolife.db.This is sample data of Paradox.I brought it from C++Build...
New in 10.2.1: Debug visualisers for Delphi generics Debug visualisers are a type of IDE plugin that allows you to change the display of a variable in the various debug windows (Local Variables, Watches, Inspector, and Evaluate/Modify.) For example, the TDateTime visualiser takes the double value that represents time and instead displays that time converted to a string. You register a debug visualiser for a type, so all variables of that type, and optionally descendants of that type, go through your visualiser. In previous versions, this typ...
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An Overview of Elements of Functional Programming in C++ (continuation) Part II.  Where it is told about closures and "functional containers" - data structures that can store pointers to functional objects of various types std::function While the functional paradigm proclaims that "everything is a function," in imperative programming we sometimes encounter the need to manipulate functions like with ordinary objects. Usually this happens by creating a pointer to the address of the procedure or method. However, in this case and others, high-level language...