Posted by webmaster Guido on May 04, 2005
In Reply to: Menu Component ( Open, Save, Save as, Print, Close) posted by Lionel Joyner on May 02, 2005:
: I am working on an Delphi application that performs some computations and displays the results in a ListBox.
Saving the results in a text file is simple, as you've probably found out already. Because you have them in a ListBox, you can use:
Saving other data then text, requires that you use some form of database:
1. Use a desktop database that is supported by Delphi, such as Paradox or dBase. For this, you need a Delphi version with the database components: D4 Pro and higher, D5 Pro, D6 Pro,...
2. If you don't have the database stuff in your version of Delphi, you have to create a simple database system of your own, based on text files.
When reading back, you split up each line into strings and convert these strings to their original format (numbers, dates,...)
Which way do you want to go?
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