I have not used borland c++ builder ever since i threw away my p100.
If u want to create a variable which can be accesesed by all types u usually add it to the library/package. Is that what you were after?
Uh, sounds more like Java but i am sure that is how u set up a global variable. I have gone more into object oriented programming so i am not really too sure.
ps. get coderight instead. It is much better for messy c++ scripting.
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