An application programming interface (API) is a set of declarations of the functions (or procedures) that an operating system, library or service provides to support requests made by computer programs.
This message was edited by Alcatiz at 2006-11-8 14:7:58
: How can i solve my problem? I have to communicate two PC via an UTP network cable.
: One pc (586, with 8mb) is connected to a card...
: Perhaps the ActiveX component cannot find the server due to firewall restrictions, or log-in restrictions.
: Based on your description of the code from BloggerBuddy, it could be anyone of these...
: I think __pascal is something VC++ specific. The PASCAL calling convention from the win api should be used.
: void PASCAL AAA(int* ptr);
: But PASCAL is probably defined as...
free pascal compiler should be good for setting proccesses.
it is also possible to be done i think with turbo pascal for
i saw end task function in tpw so i guess you can do there...
: I think that might be easier with a 32-bit pascal compiler instead of using TP. This kind of programming must make use of the windows API directly, which is difficult to do with TP.
eh .. done
the dll was coded for mirc's api .. i changed some stuff in the dll like i removed some stuff from the wa_link_command function that i didnt need ex:
This message was edited by zibadian at 2004-7-26 19:50:20
: : : I was wondering how to advance on a basic program I've written. The idea was for the DOS screen to offer something like: defrag (a),...
I have some suggestion for your first "tutorial seeking" for the WIN32 API in PASCAL.
Basically that WIN32 API is written in C/C++, so you will not find (hard to find source) any PASCAL source for...
I need some help about connect API from pascal to dll wich was wrote in Vb 6.0
I have error message:
Can't find entry point to
Please some help :(
: By using Windows compilers for Pascal we can access windows API..
: What my doubt is can we access Windows API from TURBO PASCAL 7.
I don't understand why anyone would want to use an...
Pharabee, VBE 2.0+ doesn't require OEMs to support the pre-defined mode resolutions so you'd have to search for them at runtime using the API for maximum compatibility. I'm writing a 16-bit Pascal...
Thanks for Your Info..
I know that There are Different Pascal compilers..By using Windows compilers for Pascal we can access windows API..
What my doubt is can we access Windows API from...
This message was edited by Moderator at 2003-9-5 5:47:47
: Please any one can tell us is it possible to acess windows API from pascal programming?.
: Currently we are using RTOS to provide...
I agree, actually I like c more. The reason I use Delphi is the job need me to use it.
In the study of object pascal, I found object pascal actually can do almost the same I can do with c/c++ but...
: : in other words, does anyone know the file format for a windows shortcut file?
You really don't need to know the file format, you can
create/read/modify shortcuts using API calls....
: Ive never tried using ActiveX controls, so Im not sure what you would need. But as far as standard API functions just make sure the WINDOWS unit is included on your uses line, and you'll be able...
I'm not sure whether I understand correctly, callback functions are those called in the midst of the execution of Win32 API functions, for instance a typical callback function - the window procedure...
In case you're under windows, you can use the CFile::GetStatus (static)
The code - Copyright (C) 1992-1998 Microsoft Corporation (tsk tsk!) - does this:
BOOL PASCAL CFile::GetStatus(LPCTSTR...
: Argh!!! My professor claims you can find functions that work for DOS that will do lines and circles! APIs are fun and all but is there really nothing that will do circles and lines the way built...
: The reason I am not quite positive towards Pascal is that it is NOT capable
: of carrying out a lot of the tasks which I can perform easily in Delphi
What sort of tasks?
One of the major...