My HMG Learning Experience

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Re: My HMG Learning Experience

Post by danielmaximiliano » Fri Nov 06, 2015 6:17 pm

Gracias Danny por compatir
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Post by MICROVOLUTION » Mon Feb 19, 2018 11:44 pm

uauuu... primeiro material que encontro com dicas para iniciantes como eu e tantos outros!

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Post by asharpham » Wed Mar 28, 2018 9:33 am

Hello all. I'm very new to this forum and one of the first messages I read was Danny's story at the begining of this thread. I found it helpful and encouraging and felt I should follow Danny's example. But I got stuck on the first line where he says "I set aside time to first read HMG manual". Where do I find this manual? Is it something I buy or is it somewhere online?

I downloaded the HMG/Harbour zip file and unzipped it into the hmg.3.4.4 folders, then created the MySourceCode folder as instructed. But because I have never coded in the Windows environament, I have found it a struggle to understand some of the references I come across. I was relatively competent in Clipper but would by no means call myself a good programmer. Nevertheless, what I created worked (I wrote a a suite of modules to create schedules for a radio station). But who wants to work in DOS these days! :D

Danny also says "Then I check how Harbour (without HMG and no third party clipper library), can compile pure Clipper code". Can it? Where do I find the "Harbour without HMG" compiler to try it out as Danny did?

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Post by mustafa » Wed Mar 28, 2018 5:19 pm

Hola Alan
HMG ---> Folder c:\hmg.3.4.4\DOC ---> hmgdoc.htm

Folder c:\hmg.3.4.4\SAMPLES


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