[fpc-pascal] Windows programming tutorials for FPC
james at productionautomation.net
Sat Nov 3 23:04:29 CET 2018
Thanks for the suggestion...
I put my code in the OnCreate event as you suggested, but when I try to compile it, I get wrong number of parameters specified for call to Assign... my code worked before, and I have no idea what other parameters it could want or why it would be any different than my console application.
TapFileName : AnsiString;
TapFile : Text;
Any ideas why this works in FPC but not in Lazarus?
From: fpc-pascal <fpc-pascal-bounces at lists.freepascal.org> On Behalf Of Luca Olivetti
Sent: Saturday, November 3, 2018 4:47 PM
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Subject: Re: [fpc-pascal] Windows programming tutorials for FPC
El 3/11/18 a les 21:20, James ha escrit:
> I’ve been tinkering with Lazarus, and I managed to get a form with
> some buttons based on the examples, and I did make one button open the
> save-as box… but I’m clueless on how to make the save-as box only come
> up when needed and by a programming command, not because someone
> pushed a button. I still can’t figure out how to write my writeln’s
> into a text box of some sort. I get the idea… instead of a
> sequential program the executes from beginning to end, everything
> kind of all happens at the same time
-put a memo on the form (say, memo1) and a save dialog.
-in the object inspector double click on the OnCreate event of the form.
-this will create a FormCreate method. Put your code there (including the opening of the save dialog if needed).
-in your code show diagnostics messages in the memo
-at the end of your code, if everything is OK, add
This way, if there are no errors the form won't show, otherwise it will show whatever you put in the memo.
Tip: if your code will take a significant amount of time put at the beginning
and at the end
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