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Software Engineering

Software engineering is the application of engineering to the design, development, implementation, testing and maintenance of software in a systematic method. Sounds boring, and it can be. These articles cover the design and development of applications and is language independent. It covers aspects such as design concepts, methodologies and testing patterns.

 

Integer to Roman Numeral Conversion in Dephi
6th February 2004Software Engineering
These Pascal procedures will convert an integer to the Roman numeral and a Roman numeral to an integer value.
Load CSV Data into a StringGrid in Dephi
6th February 2004Software Engineering
This procedure will load CSV data stored in a file into a StringGrid control for display or processing.
Image Tiling in Delphi
6th February 2004Software Engineering
This procedure will take a TImage instance loaded with a bitmap, and tile it over the area of the destination. Use for creating seamless background textures on forms or controls.
Delphi Get File Size
6th February 2004Software Engineering
This procedure will get the file size, in bytes, of a specified filename.
Delphi String Case Conversion
6th February 2004Software Engineering
These procedures will convert the case of a string to Title case, Sentence case or toggle the existing case (convert upper to lower and lower to upper case)
Grab Screen Shot with Delphi
6th February 2004Software Engineering
This short procedure will capture the current screen contents to a Bitmap which you can manipulate or save to disk.
Add Or Remove Startup Items in Delphi
6th February 2004Software Engineering
These two short methods will allow you to easily add or remove program startup entries to the system registry to auto load applications when Windows loads.
Fractals: Infinity Made Visible
8th May 2003Software Engineering
Fractals are like alien worlds, strange yet familiar. You can zoom into a fractal endlessly, producing fascinating variations of colour, texture and shape.