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  1. limelect

    Transforming Data (Pivot ?)

    Well good luck. But thinking out of the box mite help
  2. limelect

    Transforming Data (Pivot ?)

    So? still dataset 1 as before.Dataset2 same.No? are there more? different data? sims to be very symmetric Change your way of viewing the data. MORE DATASET??
  3. limelect

    Transforming Data (Pivot ?)

    Are there only 4 rows per Instance? If so do not put it in 1 database. Put in 4 databases and you do not need to use SQL. Read in sequence. Once from each other since all 4 are the same size
  4. Yes and send you. got it?
  5. Found it send me your mail P.S I remember that the info was in the registry so you can scan it
  6. Definitely, if I find the full source on my disk. I will let you know here
  7. @KodeZwerg I do not know if it will help you but a few years ago I was asking a question about how to put an icon on the taskbar. I got no real answer. However, there is an application "FastCopy" https://fastcopy.jp/en/ which has a source. While working the program puts its icon on the toolbar (left to the clock) and turns. I wanted to do something similar with Delphi. The source in c ,for that, is in the file "forceTray.cpp and mainwin.cpp" if you can decipher its behavior (which I did not) it might help.
  8. @emailx45 are you sure about Android Studio? if so how? No export that does it
  9. limelect

    50 Years of Pascal

    @David Schwartz This was the calculator company (Mathatronics) I was part of it, as a head engineer as a young engineer, to develop a chip calculator. https://www.oldcalculatormuseum.com/a-math3.html The machine you see in the picture was wired with transistors and my function was to change it to a chip. I was using all the companies at a time to develop the chip for us. We installed the calculator in a building! for the people to use with the little box you can also see in the picture. P.S this is what it knew to do https://www.oldcalculatormuseum.com/a-mathpkb.html All with wired transistors
  10. limelect

    50 Years of Pascal

    @FPiette You reminded me of my Motorola days. Some of my business was SDK with 6800. (later 68000). I played with 8080 (2 power supplies) but never liked Intel. Later however 8085 and 8051 with c for weighing which is my business up to today. http://www.limelect.com Those were the days of the beginning of Microprocessors and I am proud to be one of those days. (young will not understand). Unfortunately, did not have the chance to use 4040 (before 8080).
  11. limelect

    50 Years of Pascal

    @FPiette It seems you quote my resume
  12. limelect

    kuLibrary

    @kuzduk Well, I think you do not understand. Putting software in a language (text) many of us do not understand make them useless. Many of the people using Delphi use it in English. Making software with non-English text in it makes life difficult since one has to translate all text. As for your site, I could not translate. So 2 advice, if you want some to use your components Site in English, text in components in English. Otherwise, maybe Puttin can use it.
  13. limelect

    kuLibrary

    1. If you want anyone to use, use English. At the list, your site should be translated. It cannot. So in my case, i am not going to evaluate. 2. Make a zip of all your components for downloading comfortably.
  14. I have been using for years dktraned . with good results. For free
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