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  • Paul Dwyer
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    Steven,

    Are you on drugs? or do people like, tell you to "Calm down" a lot?

    Considering PB's policy on discussing these sorts of things it seems like you getting a little over excited about the whole thing,

    If you want a job there, then send them a resume! I'm Sure Lance will pass that along as well.

    you put more effort into your posts than I put into my code!



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  • Steven Borghout
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    Hi Lance

    Ok, I understand your opinion but if you the market expance to a big group
    of PowerBasic Users in the world you following the market like
    the other thirth part products like the big software developer companies
    like Borland Inprise because I think that PowerBasic is Ready for
    implementing OOP concept and it's very usefull that PowerBasic
    users can uses Delphi components like the VCL library.
    I have I new name that Visual PowerBasic Library with all the DLL's
    build-in (the component classes)
    - PB7STD32.DLL and static lib PB7STD32.PBL
    - PB7ADD32.DLL and static lib PB7ADD32.PBL
    - PB7WIN32.DLL and static lib PB7WIN32.DLL
    - PB7SYS32.DLL and static lib PB7SYS32.DLL
    - PB7DATA32.DLL and static lib PB7DATA32.DLL
    - PB7INET32.DLL and static lib PB7INET32.DLL
    - PB7DLG32.DLL and static lib PB7INET32.DLL
    You can then combined this in pakages like this or combined part
    you code in the static libraries build-in the exe-code (fastcompile)

    Runtime module is dan separared such as
    PB7VCL32.PBL or PB7VCL32.PBL

    Last thing is uses and access the VCL50 library of Delphi or C++ Builder
    and then used their components

    Selfcreating components is usefull for me

    Thats is it

    Question: Why not an Visual IDE with forms, controls and projects is
    that so difficult for building?
    I have now problem if that product cost $300.00


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  • Lance Edmonds
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    Thanks for the ideas Steven. PowerBASIC does not currently support "forms", so I guess we'd have to start there.

    If/when PowerBASIC makes the move to become Object Orientated, I would imagine many of those sorts of Properties would be implemented for the DDT "CLASSES", but as any API programmer will tell you, most of those things are actually handled (simply) with control styles, messages to the control, calls to the Windows API, or via your own message handler. If you want fast efficicent code, then you can;t get any faster than direct calls, etc.

    Regarding Message-crackers (OnResize, et al.), these can easily be implemented with the compiler today. Set up a table of CODEPTR's and branch with CALL DWORD according to the message. Mr James C. Fuller is an expert (and pioneer!) in this type of code, and has a code generator that produces message-cracker style output.

    Lauding the benefits of OOP is fine, but OOP has many other uses than just GUI programming.

    That said, I'll be passing your notes along to R&D.



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  • Steven Borghout
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    No

    Are you in any way related to Stephane Fonteyne?

    Regards
    Peter

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  • Peter P Stephensen
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    Steven,

    Are you in any way related to Stephane Fonteyne?

    Regards
    Peter

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  • Visual Programming with objects : Properties and Events of Form Component


    Dear Sir,

    - PROPERTY TAB for the FORM component:

    * Active Control
    * Align
    * Anchors
    * AutoScroll
    * AutoSize
    * BiDiMode
    * BorderIcons
    * BorderStyle
    * BorderWidth
    * Caption
    * ClientHeight
    * ClientWidth
    * Color
    * Constraints
    * Cursor
    * DefaultMonitor
    * DockSite
    * DragKind
    * DragMode
    * Enabled
    * Font
    * FormStyle
    * Height
    * HelpContext
    * HelpFile
    * Hint
    * HorizScrollBar
    * Icon
    * KeyPreview
    * Left
    * Menu
    * Name
    * ObjectMenuItem
    * ParentBiDiMode
    * ParentFont
    * PixelsPerInch
    * PopupMenu
    * Position
    * PrintScale
    * Scale
    * ShowHint
    * Tag
    * Top
    * UseDockManager
    * VertScrollBar
    * Visible
    * Width
    * WindowMenu
    * WindowState


    - EVENTS of an Form component

    * OnActivate
    * OnCanResize
    * OnClick
    * OnClose
    * OnCloseQuery
    * OnContrainedResize
    * OnContextPopup
    * OnCreate
    * OnDblClick
    * OnDeactivate
    * OnDestroy
    * OnDockDrop
    * OnDragDrop
    * OnDragOver
    * OnEndDoc
    * OnGetSiteInfo
    * OnHelp
    * OnHide
    * OnKeyPress
    * OnKeyDown
    * OnKeyUp
    * OnMouseDown
    * OnMouseMove
    * OnMouseUp
    * OnMouseWheel
    * OnMouseWheelDown
    * OnMouseWheelUp
    * OnPaint
    * OnResize
    * OnShortCut
    * OnShow
    * OnStartDock
    * OnUnDock

    Greetings,
    Steven and Students



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