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This program calculates the perimeter of an area after the user inputs two measurements (length and width). It works out the cost per meter and also any applicable price reductions and discounts based on certain criteria. […]
With the calculator program I created earlier, one of the concerns is that a user is able to type in a letters into the text edit box instead of only being allowed to type in […]
Here is a simple calculator program I made in Delphi. There is also an IF THEN ELSE statement if the user is trying to divide by zero so that we do not encounter a run-time […]
Another basic example of IF THEN ELSE. procedure TForm1.btnCheckClick(Sender: TObject); var age : Integer; begin age := StrToInt(edtAge.Text); if (age>=18) then ShowMessage(‘Congratulations! You are old enough to vote!’) else ShowMessage(‘Sorry, you are not old enough […]
Part 4 of creating your own objects in Delphi. Extra bonus example where we use an array of an object. By Brandon Long.
Part 3 of creating your own objects in Delphi. Demonstrates how we can use the object that we have created in a program. By Brandon Long.
Explore the tools and features found in Delphi’s Integrated Development Environment. […]