I came across this post in SO: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18134986/convert-c-to-delphi-typedef-void-ftrhandle/18135037#18135037
It's on-hold pending closing as off-topic. I don't really understand why it is off-topic, because the OP is asking how to properly declare a C void* in Delphi for interop *(I'll come back to this topic)
This is the first question that the OP has asked. As I write this, there are no comments giving guidance as to what he did wrong on his post. Especially since he is a new poster, should we have maybe offered some guidance rather than closing his question? Are we trying so hard to follow "the rules" here that we are negatively impacting the value of the site?
*(my tangent): Some of the text indicates that he should have posted more code, or showed more of an attempt to solve himself. But when you are working with unsafe code, you can sometimes not really know that you have done it wrong, even if it works. I have seen plenty of cases where passing the wrong-sized structure to unsafe code causes gradual memory corruption -- it might work fine the first 4 or 5 times, or it might only fail in release builds. I don't see anything wrong with this poster asking a specific question about how to declare pointer in Delphi. In fact, if you can't ask that question, then really what ARE you supposed to ask on SO?