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Evil miniFAQ Boss
2013-03-03 01:50:12 UTC
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FAQ FOR NEWSGROUPS: COMP.LANG.PASCAL.DELPHI.MISC, ALT.COMP.LANG.BORLAND-DELPHI

Version: 2006-09-16
First maintainer: Esther Michaels
Current maintainer: Maarten Wiltink (Evil miniFAQ Boss)
Posting schedule: Short version every Sunday, full version every first of
the month

Copyright 2001-2006 the current maintainer, all rights reserved except the
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CONTENTS
1. How do I start another program from my program?
2. How to stop a second instance of my program from executing? (Also: HPrevInst
doesn't seem to work, why?)
3. Floating-point work - i.e. with single, real, real48, double, extended -
gives long decimals or wrong numbers. Why?
4. Is there a limit on the number of characters allowed in a tMemo/tRichEdit?
5. Why do I get an "abstract error" when I try to use a tStrings variable?
6. How do I access a component/property/field of Form1 from Form2?
7. How do I change the background, font, general appearance of an entry in a
tListView, tTreeView, tListBox, tCombobox list, tStringGrid, etc.?
8. How do I change the formatting of a line/word/character in a tMemo?
9. Why does the debugger show my For loop variable counting down, not up?
10. How do I get the path of my executable? And, how do I retrieve the command
line parameters?
11. When my program is in a loop it doesn't respond to user input or update its
display. Can I change this?
12. How do I access the compilation date in my program?
13. How do I access the VersionInfo tab's data at runtime?
14. Does Delphi have an equivalent to the VB Split function?
15. I create a label/edit/some other control at run-time but it doesn't appear
on the form. Why?
16. How do I use streams?
17. How do I declare an event handler for an object that I create at runtime?
18. When using the TRegistry component under Windows NT, Windows 2000, or
Windows XP, a user with less than Administrator rights is unable to
access information stored in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE hive. How can I
work around this?
19. When drawing text on a canvas, how do I determine the resulting text size?
20. How can I loop through the components/labels/edit-boxes on my form? (Also:
Tag is unused, what is it good for?)
21. Can I pass objects to a DLL? (Also: Why does it say 'Cannot assign a TFont
to a TFont'?)
22. What compiler settings should I use, and where do I set them?
me
2013-05-06 09:48:25 UTC
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Hi Folks,

it must be useful to depict the management of canvas with collaborative
contributions;
However, a sample source can be found at http://www.etsy.com/category/art/painting;
We may also notice that, I guess that we may elaborate the monitoring of the canvas in a smart way;
On the other hand, this extract is appropriate
You will see that right eye is situated on the
vertical centre of the page.
Our Pencil Portrait lesson explains and
illustrates the step by step drawing techniques involved in creating the
portrait of a young girl.
2. Using softly shaded tone to create the form
and texture of each feature.
1. Using line drawing to organise the
position, shape and proportion of the features.
The size and position of
the other features are directly related to the scale and placement of the
eyes.
This is a strong compositional starting point for a three quarter
view portrait.
The size and position of the other features are directly
related to the scale and placement of the eyes.
Our Pencil Portrait lesson
explains and illustrates the step by step drawing techniques involved in
creating the portrait of a young girl.
However, when you draw a portrait
from life, a more accurate approach to drawing is needed.
The main features
are then framed by the outline of the face and hair, while the neck and
shoulders form an angular support for the head.

ciao

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