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New Kid on the Code Block
Hello to all. I'm a scientist. I'm currently learning Delphi 7 after having it sit on myt machine idle for years. My research is forcing me in that direction to a great degree. I've been doing reasonably well on my own, still some issues elude me. I'm an astrophysicist who has turned his attention to planet Earth after Haiti and the string of seismic activity that ensued. Since I've been using the realtive magnetic symmetries of the planets and the sun to predict some weather events here. I've called some of them very close, e.g. the CME of mid October 2011. I also predicted higher temps and we've had exactly that here. (It's been in the 40's and 50's (Fahrenheit) here which is about 10 to 15 over the avg.) ANything you folks want to know about all this and you are more than welcome to give me your approximate location and I'll do my best to predict what to expect in the upcoming years. The programming efforts I'm up to involve that as well as other stuff, but as of now, math and parsing is a' la mode.
My current question:
1. Does anyone have some code snippets to point me in the right direction for converting a unicode hex value to a string? The same query about converting an ASCII (such as #65
, for instance...) into a string that I can display in a RichEdit or TMemo control.
Parsing algorhythms are also appreciated...
This is a good GP thread where we can get to know one another a bit. I don't know about others here, but I like to socialize and make friends around the planet. Who are you? What do you do? What are your views on the various philosophies we all encounter from day to day?
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