Essential Delphi (Marco Cantu)

 
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Essential Delphi (Marco Cantu)

An approachable introduction to Borland Delphi A tour of the fundamental components, how to create and handle menus, the fun of multimedia, how a form is a window, highlights of the Delphi environment, the object repository, and the Delphi wizards are all covered.

This book provides a comprehensive overview of programming in Delphi, starting with the fundamentals of form design, enabling users to do a lot without writing a lot of code. After that, it guides users through adding components to a form, changing characteristics (such as color, caption, and font), and including functions. The network simulation tools in Delphi are also covered in this book.

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Author(s)
About the Authors
In addition to being a well-known authority in the Delphi programming world, Marco Cantu is the best-selling author of the Mastering Delphi series and the Delphi 2007 and 2009 handbooks.
Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(April 15, 2008)
Hardcover
140 pages
eBook Format
Online, PDF files
ISBN-10
1440480117
ISBN-13
978-1440480119

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