Qt validating user input
Access provides a number of ways to restrict input: You can use these methods of validating data alone or in combination with each other.
Data types are not optional, and provide the most basic type of data validation.
Given modern hardware resources, it is unacceptable that we can't yet routinely communicate text in different scripts or containing technical symbols. After reading a lot on the subject and incorporating Unicode compatibility into some of my software, I decided to prepare this quick and highly pragmatic guide to digital text in the 21st century (for C programmers, of course).
I don't mind adding my voice to the numerous articles that already exist on this subject, since the world needs as many programmers as possible to pick up these skills as soon as possible.
Given the variety of human languages on this planet, text is a complex subject.
Many are scared away from dealing with world scripts, because they think of the numerous related software problems in the area instead of focusing on what they can actually do with their code to help.
A validation rule is one way to restrict input in a table field or a control (such as a text box) on a form.
If you write an email in Russian and send it to somebody in Russia, it is depressingly unlikely that he or she will be able to read it.
If you write software, the burden of this sad state of affairs rests on your shoulders.
MS-Word fully understands the RTF specifications and performs almost perfect RTF2HTML conversion.
my Base 6.5.1 provides the option allowing to invoke MS-Word for RTF2HTML conversion while replicating databases.