Robert Christiaanse

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Professional set of Delphi and C++Builder components for virtual instrumentation

  • Meters, Bars (Gauge), with linear or log(10) scaling
  • Digital indicators (time, value)
  • Operating Point display
  • Dial (knob), Sliders, Trend/Recorder
  • buttons, switches, LED indicators
  • DB-Aware components and many more
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Booty v.1.0

Code Samples > Samples > Applications

By Robert Christiaanse.

Freeware + source 30 Mar 2005

Description

This is a small application which lets you shutdown, logout and reboot your PC immediately or after a certain time. It works with command line parameters
It has been tested under Windows 95/98, ME, NT, XP and 2000.

Informations

  • Status: Fully functional
  • Source: Included
  • Size: 173kB

Platforms: D5, D6

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