In the following posts, you will find some codes and tips and tricks regarding Delphi programming on Windows operating system. You may want to subscribe to the Delphi Articles Feed and get the updates on this topic on your own favorite news reader.
- By engaging approximate string matching in our applications, we have this opportunity to write more intelligent and more user friendly applications. In this post, you will find the Delphi implementation of Damerau-Levenshtein distance algorithm to use for writing another Delphi function for fuzzy matching of two strings.
- While writing code, sometimes we need to store some intermediate data in a temporary storage. Usually a temporary variable or memory stream is enough to save the data, but it is not safe when the data is large. In this post, you will find the implementation of a simple stream class that encapsulates a temporary file for using as an intermediate storage.
- Sometimes we need to locate and replace more than one substring in a string, and Delphi does not have a function for this purpose. In this post, I implement and discuss such a function.
- When any software wants to save a file in a directory, first it should check whether it has the write access to the directory. In this post, there is the implementation of a small Delphi function to check whether a directory is writable or not.