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Contains TQDB - a simple replacement for the BDE and TQDBNavigator - a TDBNavigator look-alike for QDB
Added: 24-04-1996   |  Version: 1.01, no src   |  Downloads: 1355/1355/0
Author:Robert R. Marsh   [Homepage]   [DSP files]

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Maps: Generic Associative Containers
Maps are probably the most generally useful of all the abstract data types yet they are missing from Delphi’s VCL. What are they? First of all they are containers—they are designed to hold and manipulate data. What kind of data? Any kind—nearly! The maps provided in this library are generic—they can hold Delphi’s atomic types (integer, real, string, etc.) and they can also hold objects. And like Delphi’s TStringList, maps are associative containers—they store things in pairs so that given one you can get the other. But where TStringList can only associate objects with strings, maps can be used to associate strings with objects, or integers with characters, … or whatever you want.
Added: 16-06-1999/15-06-1999   |  Version: n/a   |  Downloads: 2665/2665/0
Author:Robert R. Marsh   [Homepage]   [DSP files]


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