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D2: DBE API - What goes in the "uses" clause?

I need to access a few of the DBE functions and I need to know what
goes into the "uses" clause of the unit.

Thanks,

Mike

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Re:D2: DBE API - What goes in the "uses" clause?


You need to add BDE to the uses clause (believe it or not<g>).

Best Regards,
John Trenton.

Mike Bandor <band...@vitrex.net> wrote in article
<357340f2.929...@news.vitrex.net>...

Quote
> I need to access a few of the DBE functions and I need to know what
> goes into the "uses" clause of the unit.

> Thanks,

> Mike

> ------------------------------------------------------
> - Mike Bandor  (band...@vitrex.net)
> - Software Engineer:    Delphi/Ada/C++/Java/Win3.1/
> -                       Win95/Winhelp/JOVIAL/MASM
> -                          
> - "Trying to manage programmers      
> -  is like trying to herd cats!"              
> -
> - Speaking for myself!  Standard disclaimer applies.
> ------------------------------------------------------
> - Author of MEGATERMS:  Military Terms and Acronyms
> - http://www.vitrex.net/~bandorm/megaterm/megaterm.htm
> - ftp://vitrex.net/usr/b/bandorm/m-term.zip
> ------------------------------------------------------

Re:D2: DBE API - What goes in the "uses" clause?


John,  

        Thanks.  I figured it was probably a "no brainer" but I had
seen some other BDE API calls and it appeared they were using
something other than BDE.

Once again, thanks.

Mike

Quote
"John Trenton" <Synchros...@bigpond.com> wrote:
>You need to add BDE to the uses clause (believe it or not<g>).

>Best Regards,
>John Trenton.

>Mike Bandor <band...@vitrex.net> wrote in article
><357340f2.929...@news.vitrex.net>...
>> I need to access a few of the DBE functions and I need to know what
>> goes into the "uses" clause of the unit.

>> Thanks,

>> Mike

>> ------------------------------------------------------
>> - Mike Bandor  (band...@vitrex.net)
>> - Software Engineer:    Delphi/Ada/C++/Java/Win3.1/
>> -                       Win95/Winhelp/JOVIAL/MASM
>> -                              
>> - "Trying to manage programmers  
>> -  is like trying to herd cats!"          
>> -
>> - Speaking for myself!  Standard disclaimer applies.
>> ------------------------------------------------------
>> - Author of MEGATERMS:  Military Terms and Acronyms
>> - http://www.vitrex.net/~bandorm/megaterm/megaterm.htm
>> - ftp://vitrex.net/usr/b/bandorm/m-term.zip
>> ------------------------------------------------------

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- Mike Bandor  (band...@vitrex.net)
- Software Engineer:    Delphi/Ada/C++/Java/Win3.1/
-                       Win95/Winhelp/JOVIAL/MASM
-                              
- "Trying to manage programmers    
-  is like trying to herd cats!"          
-
- Speaking for myself!  Standard disclaimer applies.
------------------------------------------------------
- Author of MEGATERMS:  Military Terms and Acronyms
- http://www.vitrex.net/~bandorm/megaterm/megaterm.htm
- ftp://vitrex.net/usr/b/bandorm/m-term.zip
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