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Hell of a Hailstorm

Submitted by Sourav Banerjee, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

Bedni Bugiyal

It was middle of June 2011 and I was going to Roopkund, one of India’s top three treks. Having reached Bedni Bugiyal at 3,354m, I had planned to climb up to Bhagwabasa the next day. It was going to be a long trekking day, at least a 10hrs trek and all ascending. Now before I continue with the trek, it would be most injustice if I don’t give a small description of Bedni Bugiyal. The name Bedni came from the work Veda (ancient scripture of Hinduism) and Bugial means grass land. It was a very beautiful campsite; lash green grassland, snowy tops of mountain Trishul in one side, one small pond in the middle and two temples. On a sunny day you could see flock of sheep all around and it creates a very charismatic appearance.

Manipulating strings in a StringList

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22
Know number of strings in the list
StringList.Count provides the number of strings within the list. It is a zero based indexed list. So Count value is one more than the last index of the list.
Accessing a particular string
TStringList is referenced by a zero-based index. You can access any string by its index position in ways either by using Strings property or directly. Example is show below. Strings is the default property for string lists.

Load and Save using TStringList

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22
TStringList provides easy to use LoadFromFile and SaveToFile methods that store a list of string from a text file and saves the list of string to a text file. Each line of the text file represents a string in the list.

procedure TForm1.Button2Click(Sender: TObject);
  tempStringList  : TStringList;
  fileName        : String;
  fileName := 'c:\temp\myfile.txt';
  tempStringList := TStringList.Create;

TStringList in Delphi - Lot of thing

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22
TStringList is the most commonly used types of list. For example, items of combo box, lines in a memo, names of rows, columns and any list of strings. TStringList is derived from TStrings and it implements the abstract methods of TStrings and introduces some properties, events and methods like sorting, prohibiting duplicate strings in the sorted list etc.
Safest way of using TStingList is, create, use and destroy. Steps are
Create the string list object


Submitted by Mousumi Sepai, Last Modified on 2019-11-08


Name: Pradosh Chandra Mitter

Profession info: Private investigator, he possesses gun and revolver but he mostly uses his .32 colt revolver, he keeps his all information in a green or blue note book (volume seven). He won first prize in ‘all India rifle competition’ at 1968

Easy & dynamic iframe resize

Submitted by Daipayan Dhar, Last Modified on 2019-11-22

Iframe is evil, period! However, there are situations and circumstances where you may need to resort to one. If you are facing a similar situation, please read on...

Let's say you need to display dynamic content inside an iframe and want to re-size the iframe based on content height. It will be nightmare for you. In my case, the iframe was a temporary solution for hosting a sub-site inside the main web application that will eventually be invoked via a user control.

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

A worldwide known social networking site founded on June 16, 2010 in Latvia as a rival of Formspring. It is now owned by and present CEO is Ilja Terebin. In this site user can invite questions from others and answers. The slogan is “Ask and answer”. Now the user base is 130 million approximately.
For any details you can browse

What is Delphi?

Submitted by Asif Nowaj, Last Modified on 2019-11-22

Delphi is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). It is started off from the Pascal language, which then became Object Pascal (Pascal with objects support). Delphi is Object Pascal running on Windows and Kylix is Object Pascal running on Linux. Delphi is not a language but nowadays it is used as synonymous to language.

World Cup Fever 2014 - Semi Final Overview

Submitted by Daipayan Dhar, Last Modified on 2019-11-08

The business end of the 2014 edition of the World Cup football finals is upon us and we have the semi-finals line-up ready. After almost a month of feverish action, heartbreak, joy and all kinds of emotions involved, we have four teams ready to battle it out for the coveted crown. A number of fancied teams have fallen by the wayside and we have had a fair share of surprises where the proverbial underdog has prevailed.