In this series of articles we will discuss the component parts of Delphi source code and the requirements that render the code syntactically correct.
We will construct a fully operational skeleton system then establish a naming convention that will facilitate cloning of the component parts in such a manner that a newly created error free source code is yielded.
The initial installation will use text skeleton code as a base line. There may exist more sophisticated means of producing the same results without the skeletons but for now we will use text skeletons for expediency’s sake. I imagine a lengthy discussion of the idiosyncrasies of text skeletons vs imbedded skeleton as well as other possible scenarios exists.
While health debates can prove to be quite useful we have a project to complete and we should stay on target.
Mr. Arch Brooks, Software Engineer, Brook Computing Systems authored this article.