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  • Converting existing Perfect sync to PBWin9 graphics

    Is there an (easy) way to convert code of PB programs using Perfect Sync Graphics into graphics commands used in PB/Win 9 ?

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    Branko Bedenik
    http://www.fg.uni-mb.si/lak/ocean


    Structural Engineering Software OCEAN2006
    Slovenia

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    >Is there an (easy) way ...

    {sigh}.

    There is no elevator to success; there are only the stairs.
    Michael Mattias
    Tal Systems (retired)
    Port Washington WI USA
    [email protected]
    http://www.talsystems.com

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    • #3
      An "easy" way ... probably not if you are using very many commands of Perfect Syncs's more extensive and specialized tool set. PB's Graphics are based on a subset of Windows GDI. So to go beyond the PB toolset's current capabilities will mean using API calls not in the toolset. In fact you would probably be looking at using GDI+ or another more advanced set of API's

      Bottom Line: This is also known as re-inventing the wheel.
      Rick Angell

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      • #4
        >Is there an (easy) way ...

        {sigh}.

        There is no elevator to success; there are only the stairs.
        What fun would it be if it was easy????
        Although daunting sometimes, but when figured out, what a feeling of accomplishment.

        Although there is something to be said for "Easy" because "First you make it work.....THEN you make it better"
        Engineer's Motto: If it aint broke take it apart and fix it

        "If at 1st you don't succeed... call it version 1.0"

        "Half of Programming is coding"....."The other 90% is DEBUGGING"

        "Document my code????" .... "WHYYY??? do you think they call it CODE? "

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        • #5
          It's just a personal thing for me.

          So often we see questions here, "What is the easiest way to <something>?"

          It would warm my heart if just every so often I could read..

          "What is the least CPU-intensive way to <something>?"
          or
          "What is the least RAM-demanding way to <something>?"
          or
          "What is the most maintainable way to <something>?"
          or... although surely it would spark differences of opinion...
          "What is the BEST way to <something>?"



          MCM
          Michael Mattias
          Tal Systems (retired)
          Port Washington WI USA
          [email protected]
          http://www.talsystems.com

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