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I'm going through a c++ header file converting data types and I am stuck on this one.. Anybody know how to translate this to Delphi?

typedef union RhtFeatureValue_u
{
    ULONG                   Integer;         // integer values (char, short, int, long)
    ULONG                   Enumeration;     // enumerated types
    ULONG                   BitMap;          // bit-mapped values

    UCHAR                   Reserved[16];    // Maximum of 128 bits.
} RHT_FEATURE_VALUE_U, *PRHT_FEATURE_VALUE_U;
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by:Evarest
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This should be it (not 100% sure about RHT_FEATURE_VALUE_U)

PRhtFeatureValue = ^TRhtFeatureValue;
TRhtFeatureValue = record
 int: ULONG;
 Enumeration: ULONG;
 Bitmap: ULONG;
 Reserved: array [0..15] of char; // or string[16];
end;

Hope this helps,
Evarest
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by:rbohac
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Since it's a union type (and not a struct), shouldn't is look something like:

TRhtFeatureValue = record
  case integer of....
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If i look at the following thread, I didn't think that the case integer of is needed...

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_11378818.html

I don't really know...
Evarest
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Sorry, my mistake. rbohac gets the points as he correctly stated that the case integer of is needed. See for example:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Delphi/Q_20952048.html?query=typedef+union&topics=85

Kind regards,
Evarest
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  RHT_FEATURE_VALUE_U = record
    case Integer of
      0: _Integer:Cardinal;
      1: _Enumeration:Cardinal;
      2: _BitMap:Cardinal;
      3: _Reserved: array [0..15] of Char;
  end;
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