I.T. Discussion Community!
Bbouch [Unspecified] -Collapse +Expand
-Collapse +Expand
Bbouch
-Collapse +Expand Profile
Member Info
Member Narration

POSTS:
MB Posts (16)◄╣

Search Bbouch:

Advanced
   ► MB Lobby   Print This     

Bbouch Message Board Activity

  


17 Message Board Posts:


Thread 17 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Linking Ettiqette
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: WWW Website Owners « Owners Board
18 years ago

SANDMAN
Ask the site you want to add Wait for a proper amount of time  Waited but no responce add link if you want REMOVE the link as SOON as you can if if asked by it's owner Dont link anything you wouldnt want a child to see Place a LARGE warning on the link (If you think someone may be offen by its contents.) ... YOUR TASTES DONOT MATTER !
13 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
5526
Hits

Website Owners

Thread 16 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Re: Linking Ettiqette
I am not talking about reciprocal links., , I run a genealogy site that links to hundreds (now) other sites. When I say "links" I mean we have a short description of someone else's site, and link to that site's homepage., , I guess what I don't get it why someone would take all the time and effort to put up a website, and then not want people to see it., , Essentially, this piece of our genealogy site is a portal to other genealogy sites based on either the US state of reference in the pages, or (in a seperate section of the site) military conflict., , It looks something like this (although prettier Big Grin!:, ----------------------, http://www.ancetry.com , This is a pay site with a number of transcribed documents and online databases., ----------------------, , That's it.
Posted to MB Topic: WWW Website Owners « Owners Board
18 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2
Hits

Website Owners

Thread 14 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Silly Kylix Question
Kylix for Linux, , Does this mean that Kylix will not run under AIX or Sun systems? Or is it just not supported. Forgive my asking, I don't do enough in any of these areas to realize any real differences., , - Brian
Posted to MB Topic: Kylix (Archive) « Delphi Board
19 years ago

Bbouch
Excellent. Thanks for the clarification. Well the good news is I got access to a Linux machine today, so once I verify the dist. is ok, I'll be golden., , Now I just have to learn how to use it(Kylix that is)... Big Grin! hehe, , I'll be back...
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2746
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 13 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Re: Silly Kylix Question
Excellent. Thanks for the clarification. Well the good news is I got access to a Linux machine today, so once I verify the dist. is ok, I'll be golden., , Now I just have to learn how to use it(Kylix that is)... Big Grin! hehe, , I'll be back...
Posted to MB Topic: Kylix (Archive) « Delphi Board
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 11 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
unlink the unkown
I want to be able to delete all the files in a given directory: Currently I am trying to use the unlink funtion to "unlink *" in the directory. The actual code looks like this:, , unlink ("/sasdata/$ENV{'LOGNAME'}/$_[0]/*");, , This does not seem to be working... Is there a better way to do this, or can someone help me get this working???, , Thanks!, Brian, , UPDATE : I have solved this problem, and wanted to make the solution available to anyone that might be trying something simlar, , the code looks like this:, , my @files = glob "//*";, , unlink @files;
Posted to MB Topic: Perl « Perl Board
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
3314
Hits

Perl

Thread 10 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
What to Program
Ok I'm sure people have had this problem before, just wondering what is to be done. I am a professional mainframe programmer that "dabbles" in PC/internet programming as a way of keeping my sanity... So I have found this great new language to program in, and really want to work on something that might actually get used sometime by at least one or two people... , , The problem I run into is that while I am fairly good with the actual technical part of programming, my imagination sucks, and I just can't think of anything to work on., , I'm not looking to make any money with this. I just have this great new language to work with, and nothing to "show off" my new found skills., , What do other people do in this situation? please tell me I am not alone in this Big Grin!, , - Brian
Posted to MB Topic: Just Conversation « PrestwoodBoards Board
19 years ago

jdschram
I was reading the post by Martin55 and I have a login/password/admin tool that I created. Just wondering if he is still interested in it...
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1901
Hits

PrestwoodBoards

Thread 9 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Where do your ideas come from?
I posted this on the "Just Conversation" Board, but wanted to post here as well, since I am specifically interested in working in Delphi., , For those of you that are doing this for "fun", where do you get your ideas for what to program? I have done some programming based on a personal need, or a friend saying "I wish I had a program to ..." , , Now I am without either, and itching to do some development. So I find myself asking, "Where do other people get their ideas from?", , Thoughts?, Brian
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago

mprestwood
{Too Long!}
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1069
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 8 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Just Wondering
{Too Long!}
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago

Scott
In light of our previous discussion, I found this excellent article on the subject of Delphi (and whether or not it's dead...) Big Grin! , , , Title:, [URL=http://www.oreilly.com/news/kylix_0800.html][b]Real Programmers Use Pascal[/b][/URL], , , [i]Share it with your friends. Especially any drones from the Redmond collective...[/i]
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1660
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 7 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Telnet Client Source?
I was wondering if anyone knew a place that I might be able to get my hands on some Delphi Source code for a reasonably well laid out telnet client. I am currently working on creating a client specific to an online game a friend of mine runs, but see no sense in reinventing the wheel if someone has something, or knows of something I could work off from., , - Brian
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago

wpantoja
Check out [URL=http://users.swing.be/francois.piette/icsuk.htm]http://users.swing.be/francois.piette/icsuk.htm[/URL] . It is freeware with full source. I don't know how good the telnet client is but I use the HTTP client all the time and I find it works quite well. He also includes sample applications as well., , ------------------, , -------------------------, [b]William Pantoja[/b], Sr. Software Engineer, eTotalSource, Inc.
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1076
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 6 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Re: Just Wondering
Maybe I did something wrong, but nothing came up. However, on the other hand, this is Maine we are talking about, so not getting any hits doesn't really surprise me all that much. However, I did just go look around for Delphi positions, and I completely see your point. You've convinced me of one thing...I am in the wrong place to be trying to make a living programming [IMG]http://prestwood.net/ubb/smile.gif[/IMG]
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 4 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

ieler
Printing one line
> How can I print a line by default printer,not print a line per page. , > And How can I keep control printer.canvas to change font and color, , , Printer.BeginDoc;, Printer.Canvas.Font.Color := clRed;, Printer.Canvas.TextOut(0,0,'Hello in Red...');, Printer.Canvas.Font.Color := clBlue;, Printer.Canvas.TextOut(0,0,'Hello in Blue...');, Printer.EndDoc;, , After Printer.EndDoc page changes , it is undesirable ., , ieler@mer.co.il, , [This message has been edited by ieler (edited April 02, 2001).]
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago

Bbouch
I'm sorry, I didn't understand the second half of your question. Are you asking how you can change the font and color, or how you can keep it from happening?
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1365
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 3 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Re: Printing one line
I'm sorry, I didn't understand the second half of your question. Are you asking how you can change the font and color, or how you can keep it from happening?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 2 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Breaking Out Strings
I need to interface a Delphi project I am working on with an existing application. I do not have the ability to modify the existing application, and so am stuck trying to fit my design to meet this older code. That said here is my problem:, , I can accept a string of "any" length into my application. However the older application I am working with can only handle strings up to 72 characters long. I can easily take care of this problem if there is a way to break my string into 72 character segments. (the other application can handle multiple 72 character strings - go figure), , What i would like to do is have some way of saying:, , a := b (from 1 for a length of 72 chars), interface to the existing app, a := b (from 73 for a length of 72 chars), interface to the existing app, etc..., , Is there some type of function or something that can do this?
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago

Bbouch
Thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for. I am new to Delphi so I didn't know about the copy function. Works perfect., , Thanks!, - Brian
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
1579
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Thread 1 of 17
Thread Starter or a Reply (but not last)  Group

Bbouch
Re: Breaking Out Strings
Thanks. That's exactly what I was looking for. I am new to Delphi so I didn't know about the copy function. Works perfect., , Thanks!, - Brian
Posted to MB Topic: Delphi News / Other « Delphi Board
19 years ago
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
2
Hits

Pascal and Delphi Coding

Follow PrestwoodBoards on: 


©1995-2020 PrestwoodBoards  [Security & Privacy]
Professional IT Services: Coding | Websites | Computer Tech