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magorium

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Intuition window example
« on: April 02, 2017, 09:58:34 PM »

Hi,

Small example for those always wanted to see/ask how one could create a new (Free Pascal) class.

In this case it's all about a smallish wrapper for an intuition window (far from finished e.g. just there to show how one could approach things, and as such could be used as a generic way of accomplishing such task).

The example is accompanied with some explanations here and there and which can be read here and the sources can (also) be found here.

Keep coding !
Ron.

PS: Please keep in mind that the original c source-code was kindly provided by Thomas Rapp.
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Re: Intuition window example
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2017, 10:38:34 PM »

WOW - that's great Ron!

Thanx a lot fot this great tutorial

Andi
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Re: Intuition window example
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2017, 12:14:47 AM »

hi Andi,

Thank you for your interest and feedback.

I (still) have seen some copy-paste errors, so i will fix those on the next opportunity. Sorry for the inconvenience as it makes the tutorial a bit incomprehensible (or at least talking about something that is not even even there in the code to begin with ;D )

Please feel free to point out mistakes, or things of which you think could deserve some more explanation(s).

It is always more difficult to figure out what is helpful to show/explain and what is not, simply because we Pascal die-hards already know  :o

Happy coding !,
Ron.

edit: fixes applied, and hopefully i did not forget anything this time.
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