Built-in interpreter Pascal for Delphi

Posted on 1998-06-30
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Prompt me please, where possible find built-in interpreter Pascal for Delphi Applications.
Question by:DValery
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ID: 1356698
You could take a look at HyperTerp from HyperAct,, perhaps that will solve your problem..

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ID: 1356699
There I already was, can else be variants?

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wvd_vegt earned 10 total points
ID: 1356700
If you like VB for applications or Jscript as a script language you could try microsoft's scriptcontrol 1.0. I've provided a demo
of how to use it on several upload sites as or (delphi super, torry's and dex). The control enables you to execute scripts or expressions and also expose delphi properties/procedures to the scripts as if they were part of the labguage (0.95 only).

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ID: 1356701
Hi, wvd_vegt!
I'd like  same component for include in my project.
Are will be this components allows to access to the properties of my form?

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