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Doesn't anybody know on what of Delphi sites could I take the file named mxarrays? I've used it in one of my old projects, and now I really need to recompile it, but I haven't this file. Urgent!
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MXArrays is a part of the Delphi C/S distribution. THe Professional version help implies it is also in that version, but it is not.
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Thank you very much! I really wrote it in CSS, but I thought there's nothing in my project that is not in Professional, and I thought somehow that I've found it on some of those free sites. You really saved my life. Thanks!!!
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Anytime!

Cheers,

Raymond.
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