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Hi,

Im converting some C++ code to delphi.

Can someone help with this please, Thanks


   x * := ((long)width);

   x / := fontWidth;

   x + := (AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION/2);

   x / := AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION;

   y * := ((long)height);

   y / := fontHeight;

   y + := (AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION/2);

   y / := AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION;

return(MAKELONG(x , y ));
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x := x * width;
x := x / fontWidth;
x := x + (AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION / 2);
x := x / AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION;
y := y * height;
y := y / fontHeight;
y := y + (AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION / 2);
y := y / AR_FIXED_POINT_PRECISION;
Result := (x shl 16) + y;
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by:DragonSlayer
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oops, change it to

Result := x + (y shl 16);
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by:DragonSlayer
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coz MAKELONG is
#define MAKELONG(a, b) \
   ((LONG) (((WORD) (a)) | ((DWORD) ((WORD) (b))) << 16))
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by:smurff
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Thanks DraganSlayer.... Gee`s 11 minutes, what took you so long ;)
Thats what I love about EE, not only do you get an answer, you get one quicker than anywhere else.

Thanks again
Smurff
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LoL, Erm... I'll try to trim it to 3 min next time ;-)
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