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|Single message by DerekStuart Topic: Making sense of program code in Lazarus|
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That's an interesting manual, thanks for sharing the link with us. It's one of those written in an easy to follow style (many aren't) and after several months without trying, it's very easy to forget how to do the basics, though I'm pleased the database controls came back to me very quickly.
One of the things I was experimenting with before I temporarily gave up is importing GPS data from a database (simulating a tracker's output) and trying to plot it on a map. Have you ever tried anything like that before or is there anything you can suggest to point me in the right direction?
It's not that I'm desperate to tackle complicated jobs yet, but having the knowledge it can be done eventually is useful.
A nice little Christmas job to re-read that book.
All the best
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