> How do I have to design my unit so that I
> create a nice and simple function call in
> my main program but the actual
> code resides in a different unit?

This is a perfect case where writing a component (or a class) is very helpful. 
In the component or
class, you can encapsulate everything related to a process and then use it from 
any other unit.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Lutz Schröer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <twsocket@elists.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 03, 2005 3:26 AM
Subject: [twsocket] Design problem: function result and getAsync


> Hi,
>
> I've got a small design problem with the GetAsync method. My basic
> understanding is that after I called the getAsync method I have to do
> the further processing in httpRequestDone. This is no problem until I
> want to put the code in a different unit. For example:
>
> unit1.pas:
> ----------
> function xxx.getResult(): string;
> begin
>    http.getAsync;
> end;
>
> procedure xxx.httpRequestDone(Sender: TObject; RqType: THttpRequest;
>   ErrCode: Word);
> begin
>   // do some result processing
> end;
>
>
> main.pas:
> ----------
> [...]
> result := unit1.getResult();
> [...]
>
> Obviously this can't work. How do I have to design my unit so that I
> create a nice and simple function call in my main program but the actual
> code resides in a different unit?
>
> Cheers
> Lutz
>
>
>
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