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Archive for April 24th, 2018

Reminder to self: check out “Debugging helper for TDataSet” and “debugger TDataSetVisualizer” for Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/24

So I won’t forget to check these out:

Via  [WayBackI like programming in Delphi, but I don’t particularly like writing applications that work with database backends… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+ (thanks Stefan Glienke)

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How to embed a superscript Registered symbol in a Rave memo buffer.

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/24

Thomas Pfister came with a nice solution to this question:

[WayBack] Does anyone know how to embed a superscript Registered symbol in a Rave memo buffer? – Phillip Woon – Google+

Since Google has such bad indexing of G+, here is the solution:

procedure TForm4.RvSystem1Print(Sender: TObject);
const
  SuperscriptOn = RPTFPrefix + RPTFSuperscript + RPTFOn + RPTFSuffix; // from RpDefine.pas
  SuperscriptOff = RPTFPrefix + RPTFSuperscript + RPTFOff + RPTFSuffix;
var
  MemoBuf: TMemoBuf;
begin
  MemoBuf := TMemoBuf.Create;
  try
    MemoBuf.Text := 'Test' + SuperscriptOn + '®' + SuperscriptOff + ' Test';
    MemoBuf.PrintStart := 0.5;
    MemoBuf.PrintEnd := 8.0;

    with Sender as TBaseReport do begin
      PrintMemo(MemoBuf, 1, true);
    end;
  finally
    FreeAndNil(MemoBuf);
  end;
end;

–jeroen

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