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ID: 17386, C++Builder 6 Developer’s Guide

by Tim McEvoy Email: Anonymous


Targeted to intermediate and advanced programmers, this guide shows developers how to get the most from C++ Builder 6.
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C++Builder 6 Developer’s Guide covers most of the latest features of the product in addition to providing an in-depth understanding of some of the current features. Numerous examples, diagrams, and tables help the reader understand the C++Builder 6 architecture and how the use of C++ language is made easy by this Borland product. Exclusive emphasis is made on the new features and technologies to make the book a must have for owners of books published on previous versions of the product.

The CD–ROM contains all the sample code that is presented in the book, in the form of C++Builder projects, written by the author.

Satya Sai Kolachina is a freelance computer consultant and enterprise systems architect in Chicago. He has been developing and implementing C++ and Java based enterprise systems for various Fortune 500 companies.

He develops custom data migration interfaces using C++Builder, to SAP R/3 system to enable data loading from legacy systems. His expertise includes developing interfaces between systems and platforms, which are otherwise difficult to interface. He is currently developing enterprise application servers using C++Builder architecture.

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