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==Lazarus and Pascal Tutorials==
 
==Lazarus and Pascal Tutorials==
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*[[INI File Handling]] - Learn how to use INI Files for configs,Databases,etc,etc.
 
*[[File Handling In Pascal]] - Basic file handling for pascal beginners.
 
*[[File Handling In Pascal]] - Basic file handling for pascal beginners.
 
*[[Overview of Free Pascal and Lazarus]] - A brief discussion of kinds of things you can develop with these general-purpose tools.
 
*[[Overview of Free Pascal and Lazarus]] - A brief discussion of kinds of things you can develop with these general-purpose tools.

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Lazarus and Pascal Tutorials

The Lazarus User Guides

Installation

IDE

LCL

Developing

Platform specific Tips

Tools

Coming from Delphi

The Lazarus Developer Guides

LCL - Lazarus component library

Interfaces

Translations

  • Getting translation strings right A few notes for programmers on how to create and use translateable strings in your application. Quickly discusses general things about creating strings, offers a few hints on implementation issues and points out some things to consider when using English as base language in particular.
  • Localization Notes:
  • German - Notes and guidelines for translating the Lazarus IDE to German, including a small dictionary to look up often used translations.
  • Portuguese-Brazilian - Small dictionary containing common translations of terms used in the Lazarus IDE for the Portuguese-Brazilian translation.
  • Russian - Notes and guidelines for translating the Lazarus IDE into Russian.

Additional Components Documentation

Free Pascal Compiler Documentation

In addition to this site, the latest version of the documentation can also be found on-line and in a variety of downloadable formats on the main Free Pascal Compiler site.

Lazarus related blogs and websites

Blogs

Websites