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N.A.N.Y. Challenge 2007 / Virtual Resolution (V.R.) 1.0
« on: December 31, 2006, 05:30 AM »
------Virtual Resolution 1.0-----------

First public release


Every time i develop some application, I need to see can it fit to several different resolutions.

You could easily see this just by looking at height and width of a form, but it is much easier this way, and faster...

Select resolution you wish to check, cick apply - and that's it!

You can also enter any non-standard resolution.

I made this programme for my personal use, so it is not pro, but i use it all the time, and it helps me...




Can someone help me with this:

I need to write an application for talking to someone over network

Are there any third party libraries for BCB?
Any concrete code?
Any suggestion?

Developer's Corner / Are you satisfied with BDS 2006 (Turbo C++) IDE ??
« on: September 24, 2006, 06:09 AM »
I can't say i'm satisfied with BDS 2006 (Turbo C++) IDE

I personaly like Borland 6 IDE more.

--I like palettes more where they where in BCB 6. That way they take less of valuable work space and it was easier to work with them .

--Also, the thing i like in BCB 6 is that I can freely move Forms where ever i like on desktop...In BDS 2006 and Turbo C++ Forms are "static".Something like in VB?? I think this is really bad!It's easier to work with Forms you can move where ever you like....Why did they made it static?

Because of these things , no matter how big your screen is, with new IDE you never get enough space...
"Structure","Object inspector", "Project manager" and "Tool Palette" take allmost half of screen!! I really think that there is no need for this!
I have a TFT monitor, 17' with 1280 x 1024 resolution and i'm allways short in work space. This has never happened to me in BCB 6 ....

Is there a way to set BDS 2006 (Turbo C++) to look like BCB 6?? :-(

Which IDE do YOU like better, and why?

Borland C++ Builder Contest / an article about SQL AM :-)
« on: September 22, 2006, 04:27 PM »
Although it is not in english , I want to share this with you anyway.
The biggest daily newspaper in Montenegro wrote an article about SQL AM as a

winning entry in C++ programming contest so we took an oportunity to promote as well...
It doesn't mean much to you, but here is a link to it... ;-)

Borland C++ Builder Contest / SQL Advanced Manager 1
« on: August 17, 2006, 07:07 AM »
Here's little about our program...

SQL Advanced Manager is a great solution for:
-professionals and amateurs who in any manner work with databases, especially MS ACCESS
-people who would like to learn SQL

It’s main purpose is to work with database via SQL queries. However, it also provides many other things such as fast accessing to all the tables in the database, and also to all the fields in those tables…
Some main features are:
-Quick access to all the data in any table with just one mouse click
-Many tools and wizards which simplify working with your database
-Syntax assistant is also integrated into the program, so the beginners would not have any problems while learning SQL, and the professionals, on the other side, would have a quick reminder on basic SQL syntax.
-Possibility of remembering 50 temporary queries for quick access to any query you found interesting
-Working with Images. You can easily insert picture into database, or view images inside database with integrated picture viewer.
-Easily save any successful “SELECT FROM…” query as a new table
-Bookmark as many databases on your HDD  as you want, and have a quick access to any bookmarked database
-Double monitoring of your work: you can easily access to all of your work in current work session via “history” and especially via “Console window”
-With “Quick database preview” tool you can easily and quickly  explore  MS ACCESS databases on your HDD. Find out fast which database on your HDD has tables and fields you are interested in…
- Define date format you wish to use while writing SQL queries and use it! This is totally independent from windows date format
-Easily add a table name or any field name in that, or any other table to query
-Easily add a date to query
-associate SQL AM1 with both *.sql and *.mdb. If you start database, SQL AM will automatically connect to it, and if it is *.sql or *.txt or something like SQL AM will prepare opened query for execution…
-Save all your work and actions…

Supported database is MS ACCESS, so there is no need for you to install any server or to go to internet in order to execute your queries.
Good thing is that you don’t even need to have MS ACCESS installed on your computer in order to work with MS ACCESS databases via  SQL Advanced Manager 1!!
You just need database file created in MS ACCESS (“*.mdb”)…

We will put download link as soon as we upload installation file on the internet...

Download link:

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