|Title||Developing with Delphi Object-Oriented Techniques|
|Author||Edward C. Weber, J. Neal Ford, Christopher R. Weber|
The book starts with an overview of software engineering concepts and object-oriented programming (including abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism).
They then move on to use these concepts in Delphi examples.
When the book moves on, the attention is more on Delphi issues than the OO issues, as the focus shifts towards the database engine, Windows API, DLL, DDE, OLE and Client/Server basics.
The topics are all treated at a beginners level, and most examples are kept small so the example source code of the book could fit on one 3.5" disk.
A fair introduction in Delphi 1.0x.
-- Bob Swart