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  1. This is a bug in TFDBatchMoveTextReader. To fix it: open FireDAC.Comp.BatchMove.Text.pas locate there lines (around line # 1750): until FEof or lEOL or not lInDelim and (FBuff[iLen] = DataDef.Separator); if not FEof then Dec(iLen); replace with: until FEof or lEOL or not lInDelim and (FBuff[iLen] = DataDef.Separator); if not FEof or not lEOL then Dec(iLen); add FireDAC.Comp.BatchMove.Text.pas to your project, or include path to this unit to project->options Search Path, or to tools->options Library Path PS: Best will be to report this issue to quality.embarcadero.com
  2. Thanks for your help. The issue is resolved. I reported the bug and your solution: https://quality.embarcadero.com/browse/RSP-32465
  3. Remy Lebeau

    Delphi is 26 years old - Marco's blog

    And now we are drawing particles instead, my how far things have come
  4. Serge_G

    SQLite, adding a function

    I try this before Dmitry response, but does not work at design time for declaring fields (keep in mind : Livebindings) Thanks anyway. Is there anyway to flag discussion as solved on this forum?
  5. Dany Marmur

    SQLite, adding a function

    I Like YOU B U T I D O NO t Hv🤦‍♂️Te server-code from the client?! Or are you building a server-side plugin?CAPS why?++++ WHY ALL CAPS++ It is not reDABLE.
  6. Dmitry Arefiev

    SQLite, adding a function

    SQLite is really typeless database. When you use AOutput.AsCurrency, then FireDAC maps this to SQLITE_TEXT (to keep precision), and AOutput.AsFloat to SQLITE_FLOAT. To "remap" an expression in SELECT list to a Delphi specific type you should use special construction in SELECT list: <expression> AS "<alias>::<type>" More about that: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Sydney/en/Using_SQLite_with_FireDAC#Adjusting_FireDAC_Mapping
  7. Fr0sT.Brutal

    Hiding a public property in a descendant class

    (YourEdit as TCustomEdit).Text := 'ahaha'
  8. Can we please sit for a while and appreciate how cute the separating line with scissors is
  9. Lars Fosdal

    Delphi is 26 years old - Marco's blog

    This means I now have 26 years of experience with Delphi, and I still feel like a n00b around parts of it.
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