Delphi 1.x Books - 13/22

TitleDeveloping Windows Applications Using Delphi
AuthorPaul Penrod
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Comments This book is intended for those of us who want to start working with Delphi (and for Windows Programming) and come from a C/C++ background. The book is full with little C examples and equivalent ObjectPascal/Delphi examples, and is therefore a good way for all those C programmers who realised they need to get their hands on Delphi and get up to speed right now! The book contains very little (almost none) database stuff, but that's not strange, since the main objective was to teach OO Windows Programming with Delphi and ObjectPascal for current C or non-OOP programmers. I think for those readers, coming from a C background, or stepping up to OOP, this book certainly has a some nice things to offer!

-- Bob Swart

A more detailed review has been published in the UK-BUG NewsLetter.

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