Thanks Warren. I'll bookmark this and have a read over it maybe this
weekend. (Busy work week, and I'd just rather chill with Factorio,
The Crew, or some other thing that lowers the stress. :] )
On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 10:58 AM, Warren Young wrote:
> On Nov 13, 2017, at
On Nov 13, 2017, at 3:26 PM, Stephen Chrzanowski wrote:
> I'm not using a C compiler.
This article appears to sort that out:
Basically, you download the free CLI-only version of the C++Builder Berlin
I'm not using a C compiler. Delphi Berlin doesn't compile C, AFAIK.
I'll play around with that tonight as I've got a project I need to
start up tonight.
Third party libraries include those like LiteDAC, or DISQLite3, or
Synopse mORMot framework.
On Mon, Nov 13, 2017 at 1:34 PM, Jens Alfke
> On Nov 11, 2017, at 3:41 PM, Stephen Chrzanowski wrote:
> Although there are pay for, and free to use, libraries that can be
> linked into my applications, I've never been satisfied with the code
Hm, I didn’t say anything about 3rd party libraries, so I’m
Thanks all for the info. I'm still doing thought wrestling on the
path I want to take.
On one hand, its brain dead simple for me to go the tokenizer route
and have my application dynamically generate the SQL string, I just
don't like that kind of code style as there are many faults with it,
> On Nov 10, 2017, at 6:50 AM, Peter Da Silva
>> I'm using the amalgamation by default, so I don't think FTS is in the DLL.
>> I can recompile, but that now introduces complications on machines that may
>> not have this exact DLL. (A couple people
Looking back through the thread, from the original post:
> I'm using the amalgamation by default, so I don't think FTS is in the DLL. I
> can recompile, but that now introduces complications on machines that may not
> have this exact DLL. (A couple people in my company use this app)
On 11/10/17, Stephen Chrzanowski wrote:
> I'd take regular expressions, sure, but, how do you get SQLite syntax
> to take that on?
Load the regexp extension here
(https://www.sqlite.org/src/artifact/a68d25c659bd2d89) or one of the
other 3rd-party regexp extensions that you
A good StackOverflow post on adapting in C# for use in Linq queries:
On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 8:31 AM, Don V Nielsen
> Brent Ashley has a nice blog
Brent Ashley has a nice blog post on integrating your languages regular
express processing into sqlite:
On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 8:15 AM, Stephen Chrzanowski
> I'd take
I'd take regular expressions, sure, but, how do you get SQLite syntax
to take that on?
On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 8:45 AM, Don V Nielsen wrote:
> Assuming you are looking for "Abc" or "Def" anywhere in the argument, how
> about regular expression? (Abc|Def)
> On Thu, Nov 9,
Assuming you are looking for "Abc" or "Def" anywhere in the argument, how
about regular expression? (Abc|Def)
On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 3:00 PM, Peter Da Silva <
> On 11/9/17, 2:51 PM, "sqlite-users on behalf of Stephen Chrzanowski" <
On 11/9/17, 2:51 PM, "sqlite-users on behalf of Stephen Chrzanowski"
> I've added a simple filter function that uses SQLites LIKE operator, but I'd
> like something a little bit more advanced. Right now, the
> On Nov 9, 2017, at 12:50 PM, Stephen Chrzanowski wrote:
> Is there any trick I can use that'll return AbcRfeDef and FedRfeAbc if
> the two keywords are Abc and Def from a SQL call?
Use full-text search (FTS4 or FTS5). This is exactly what it’s for.
Or as a hacky
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