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HOW COMPILE A .TXT FILE WITHIN PROJECT?

Posted on 2003-11-28
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Dear friends,

I know a dozen of examples of programs which uses, especially dictionary files (.dct) which it is impossible for reading! Well, I have
many files (.txt) which is reading, such as listbox1.Items.LoadFromFile('c:\teste.txt'); There is a way for hidden/encrypt this type of file?

Many thanks and regards,



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you can put your files in a resource, and then load them directly in the stringlist. This accomplish the hide, to encrypt, you could just encrypt the files before compiling them in the resource, and then decrypting at runtime.
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Hi,

Look for TurboPower LockBox on Source Forge.

HTH,

Andrew
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