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How can I use some *.dcu file without *.pas file
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Just place them in your source directory and Delphi will use them when ti compiles your program.

Note that the DCU will need to be compiled with the same version of Delphi that you are using.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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May be my problem is that I am using Delphi 4, but *.dcu is compiled with Delphi 3
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Yes, that would be your problem.
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