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Posted on 2002-04-20
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Madshi, there is one other problem I have using the code you gave me. How can I make it so that the log it creates looks like this:

Application Log - Generated on April 14, 2002
---------------------------------------------
Program started.


The first time the log is created, it writes the Application Log... and the -------------. Afterwards,
it starts logging stuff.

Please help! I tried doing it but failed miserably. More points if needed. Thanks!
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by:Madshi
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Simply put the following 3 lines into the beginning of your project file (*.dpr):

program yourProgram;

uses [...];

begin
  Log('Application Log - Generated on ' + DateTimeToStr(Now));
  Log('-------------------------');
  Log('Program started.');
  Application.Initialize;
  [...];
  Application.Run;
end.

Regards, Madshi.
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by:DelFreak
ID: 6959365
Well, that's what I'm currently using now. What I want is for the function to write the date the log was created and then start logging from there. No other date. Thanks!
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Madshi earned 20 total points
ID: 6964998
I'm not sure if I understand you right. Maybe you mean this?

var firstLog : boolean = true;
procedure log(...);
begin
  if firstLog then begin
    firstLog := false;
    Log('Application Log - Generated on ' + DateTimeToStr(Now));
    Log('-------------------------');
    Log('Program started.');
  end;
  [...] // hier comes the original log source code
end;

Regards, Madshi.
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by:DelFreak
ID: 6965468
Cool! Let me try it. Thanks!
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by:DelFreak
ID: 7171089
Thank you! Your code worked great!
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