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Archive for April 18th, 2018

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Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/18

Reminder to self that I one day need to write more about this enumerator:

[WayBackjeroenp / BeSharp.net / source / Native / Delphi / Library / Data / DataSetEnumeratorUnit.pas — Bitbucket

It’s not nearly as good as the one by Uwe Raabe, but I didn’t really update this code for about a decade as it has functioned well for me in the current state: in 2009 it was like [WayBackbo library – Source Code.

Code by Uwe is at [WayBackDataset Enumerator Reloaded | The Art of Delphi Programming via [WayBack] Refurbishing old code: http://www.uweraabe.de/Blog/2017/02/09/dataset-enumerator-reloaded/Uwe Raabe – Google+

A couple of years ago I wrote a two-part article about a dataset enumerator: A Magical Gathering – Part 1 and Part 2. Well, things evolved a bit since then and I wondered how one would implement something similar given the current features of Delphi. Actually I am following here a suggestion from commenter Alan Clark.

So for now it’s just to document that my enumerator is there and that it works as intended.

I referenced an older version at [WayBackFor-in Enumeration – ADUG as I used it at Spoken @ CodeRage III, December 1-5, 2008 on Delphi, database and XML related topics and Source: Conferences/2009/DelphiLive.2009/Smarter-code-with-databases-and-data-aware-controls.

A small video on how you use it is here:

It was back when Better Office and CodeGear still existed and we celebrated (late) Gwan Tan’s 50th birthday.

O the days (:

More history:

–jeroen

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