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    Pascal

    I've gota design a GUI for a program I've wrote in Pascal.. but if I simply do it by just writing it in, if the length of the data changes then the whole GUI moves with it. Is there a way I can maybe give certain parts a X,Y coordination so it stays fixed in that place?


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    What environment are you writing in?
    you could hard code the co'ords, more typically the IDE would provide some screen painting tools, Borland (or what ever their latest name is) always did and became pretty much the most popular vendor.

    the trick with good programming is too make the giu bombproof in terms of whatever might be donme to it. if you are working at the level of x,y co-ords you will have to write a lot of your own support routines

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