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vinz65 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 10:33:14 CET 2015
Il 16.02.2015 22:55, john at mbstemps.com ha scritto:
> I am not quite sure how to respond to a posting, if I havn't done it
> correctly, sorry, ignorance sounds so much better than 'stupidity'.
> Vince, this is just a personal opinion but you may find this forum a
> little 'choppy' to pick up general and structural knowledge from. I
> would recommend the Lazarus Manual for a reasonable structure and it
> seems to be quite complete. I have been heavily into Kylix for the
> past number of years and the IDE for Lazarus seems to be more reliable
> and the compatibility to Kylix is also excellent, from my experience.
> Using that logic, any book on Kylix would probably put the 'structure'
> would also help in using Lazarus. My only additional comment would
> pick the database you plan on using and stick to it, mysql seems to be
> the most used, but I don't want to start a fight with any of the
> others, I took my poll made my decision and like the decision so far,
> but that is just me. Try to jump into development with a short, real
> problem that will teach you the most for the least code, have a few
> glasses of wine, with dinner. Then the next day, decide what you learned.
> I haven't doubted for a day I made the correct choice, first with
> Delphi, then Kylix and now Lazarus, good luck.
> John A. Ward, john at mbstemps.com
Thank your for your message.
Do not worry, I will not bother the list for general knowledge questions
concerning Pascal or Lazarus, I have already found some documentation
that I will use before starting the development of the program.
Have a nice day :)
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