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Thank you very much for the reply. I was wondering if anyone knew how to do this. I did, unfortunately re-invent the wheel so to speak.... I wanted to understand the data flow of the arrays for the actual image and the template it holds. I am still playing with things...

Ok, so... I am writing a nice little utility to convert a RAW picture file to a PGM file. Everything works great. Coding came out nice and it does exactly what I need it to do. However, I was wondering if there is anyway to convert a PGM file to JPEG format using C.

General Software Discussion / Re: missing CDs...
« on: July 23, 2007, 11:14 AM »
Thank you very much! I saw that but didn't know if it would be of any use to the issue/concern that I had. I put in a request and will be "receiving a phone call shortly." I'll update this post as to the options that I was given.

General Software Discussion / Re: missing CDs...
« on: July 23, 2007, 09:22 AM »
would anyone happen to have a link from which I could purchase these cds and have them sent to me?

General Software Discussion / missing CDs...
« on: July 23, 2007, 08:44 AM »
alright... so... I think that I lost my cd's for the New Borland C++Builder 2006... I have all of my licensing and everything... I was just wondering if there was any way to get a copy of the cd's without having to purchase the new software... I mean, my software is registered on Borland and I have all of the receipts and everything... I just misplace my cd case...

Developer's Corner / Re: C# Palindrom Recursive Program
« on: April 19, 2007, 09:42 AM »
Homeo, I am glad that you took my advice and registered on the forums! You'll find that the people here are EXTREMELY helpful and ALWAYS provide knowledgeable solutions...

I am put together a couple things to take a look at... I haven't really had the time to put together some coding but I have found some that has already been put into use... If you or anyone else knows java well here is some coding that will make you smile: If anyone could convert this from Java into C# that would be wonderful... I am not too go with Java yet..

Here is a link for Recursion that you might want to look at:http://en.wikipedia..../Recursive_algorithm

I will try to look for some more things that might be beneficial to you... If anyone else can help, please do!

Living Room / Re: Good Video Editing Software? Is there any?
« on: March 31, 2007, 07:39 AM »
Do you guys know of any good software that allows the use of Rotoscoping? Sony Vegas?

Living Room / Good Video Editing Software? Is there any?
« on: March 30, 2007, 09:49 AM »
Can someone post a couple links for top of the line video editing software? I dont care if it costs money, thats not an issue... I just need something that offers good text effects and good special effects...

Developer's Corner / Re: Registry Help...
« on: March 12, 2007, 04:42 PM »
is there anyway to do this programmatically so that when a person runs the program for the first time, I can have it ask them if they want to register it for future reference... That way I dont have to have the directions on how to install this somewhere for every person who ever downloads this... Thank you for your time and disregard any stupidity due to me being a young programmer!

Developer's Corner / Registry Help...
« on: March 12, 2007, 01:24 PM »
I have many different programs that I have written but I have not been able to register them with windows so that when u double-click the executable it doesn't prompt you to Allow the program to run... I know that alot of installers offer the option but I was wondering if anyone knew how to do it using a batch file or with Visual C++... All I need to learn how to do is create an entry in the registry so that windows automatically knows that the program is safe...

Though many pros and cons exist concerning the language of Visual C++, I still think it is a wonderful place for people to start and begin learning the tricks and code that make this language work... While I am not as experienced as others and younger in age, I found this language the easiest to comprehend for me. After I began learning the simple coding, I began to code different pieces of software that did various things just to see if I could perfect small apects of various things such as the bubble-sorts or string manipulations... I am a proud supporter of the VC++ language as well as Borland's IDE for app. development. There are many powerful tools you can find on the web for your own personal use and most of them are easy to use... I can't really say much about anything else, but I can say that I know programming takes the right mind-set no matter what language you use... and patience!

Developer's Corner / Re: BCB and MySQL
« on: March 02, 2007, 07:55 AM »
here is a link from a wonderful site that Mouser ALWAYS refers me to:
That is Torry's Delphi site and they have a great list of components for BCB and anything that is Delphi...

thats very helpful to me... thank you for posting this Ken!

lol... I figured this one out as well... And I feel pretty stupid for it too... The fact that I wasted a post for something so simple became an annoyance as soon as I figured out that the "Put()" function served as the "Upload()" function back in BCB 4.0.... Oh well!

Example of what I was trying to do:
TIdFTP1->Put(OpenDialog1->FileName, ExtractFileName(OpenDialog1->FileName));
// ^ Uploads a file that the user has selected from the OpenDialog that was executed previously...

Nevermind... I called Borland earlier and got them to help me fix it... They had to write a Hotfix for it... Oh well... It works now! That's all that matters!

Is it possible for anyone to explain to me how to upload a file to an FTP site using BCB 2006... Apparently, there is no TIdFTP->Upload() function that allows you to do everything automated... At least, I don't know of one... You have to open IO streams and such and I dont know the proper edicate for that... If anyone could fill me in on the "how-to's" that would be great!

Okay... so I tried a fresh install with Indy 9 so that it would cooperate with Borland C++ Builder 2006... I registered the product... I opened BDS 2006... I Started a new VCL Project with a default form... I went to the same "Indy Clients" category and dropped another TIdFTP component and I get more errors... ON A FRESH INSTALL! I even went as to uninstall any earlier versions of the BCB to see if they were conflicting... I have rebooted several times... I, for the life of me, cannot figure this out... I have used google groups to see if anyone else has had this problem... I have found no information anywhere on how to fix it... So, I am at my desperate stage atm... Is there recommendations that you guys have yet? or any ideas as to why it might not work? Here is a screenshot of what happens when I compile the default form with 1 component that I just dropped onto it:

ugh... another hour installation lol... j/k! TY guys for the help... Do you know if I will still be able to use the same components and everything or no?

Developer's Corner / Error with BDS 2006 concerning Indy 10... Help!
« on: January 22, 2007, 06:09 PM »
I have a brand new install of Borland Developer Studio 2006 with a registered copy of Borland C++ Builder 2006. I go to create a new VCL form project and it opens. I add a component under the section of 'Indy Clients'; the component name is 'TIdFTP'... I compile it with defined properties or the default ones and it says, "Please specify the location for the header file"... Okay, no biggie I find the file entitled, "IdExplicitTLSClientServerBase.hpp" under the folder 'Indy 10'... It accepts that but when I go to compile it, it gives me an error saying, "#error Indy 10 does not currently support C++Builder" that was generated in the 'IdWinsock2.hpp' file as part of the coding supposedly... I have no idea why this is happening and I need to fix it because I need to use the "Passive" ftp property on this component for a FTP application ASAP... Plz, let me know if you have any solutions to this because I need to fix this as soon as possible. Thank you for your time!  :D

Developer's Corner / Re: Need Help please...
« on: January 22, 2007, 11:29 AM »
thank you so much! I actually spent the last couple of days trying to find that video that you have posted! I really appreciate it alot! thnx :)

Developer's Corner / Need Help please...
« on: January 21, 2007, 10:09 PM »
Okay, so I have a confession... I have been using a way out-dated version of Borland C++ Builder... ugh... Version 4.0... I know... way out-dated! Anywho, I have finally decided to switch to Borland C++ Builder 2006 (Pro. Suite)... I need as much help as possible with the thing... If you know of any good walkthrough video's or anything that could benefit me like walkthroughs, FAQs, Guides, Components or anything of that sort please post them below. Like I said, I really do need the help... Anything would be greatly appreciated!

Whom do you think the better innovator is, Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?

Post your reply's with actual examples and stuff...

Borland C++ Builder Contest / Vortex 2.0
« on: August 30, 2006, 10:41 PM »
Almost got this thing ready! It has file sharing and much more! There is password protection as well as the ability to view other peoples profiles and create your own!

Plus, It's very simple to use!

Stay tuned for more updates!

General Software Discussion / Re: Switching to VoIP chat...
« on: August 15, 2006, 03:43 PM »
true... will do that then! thanx!

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