When working on datasets in multiple languages or in a latin language other than English, you may encounter string values with accented letters (like : à, é, è, ï, …).
If your database controls have unicode support with no settings to tolerate accents, then filtering records can be kind complicated to find records containing diacritics and accented letters, as most users won’t pay attention when writing the filter pattern.
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In apps development, there are many times when you have a large dataset filled with records, and you want to create a list of the items used in the records, without repeating. Like, for example, making a list of countries visited by the people in your dataset.
In this tutorial, we will show a good way to do that.
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In this tutorial, we will show you how to implement an automatic color changing for any control on the form (without using FMX animations).
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In addition to generating a string with random characters, it is also possible to generate a word-like string that you can use in word game or for authentication keys.
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In today world, media contents (like apps, websites, etc.) must have a responsive layout that can be adapted and adjusted quickly to fit in the orientation and the size of the platform’s screen on which they are runned.
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Generating a string with random characters is a good feature that can be used for making authentication codes, hash salts, etc.
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