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Delphi Programming For Dummies: A Review

Delphi Programming For Dummies is a book by Neil J. Rubenking that was published in 1995 by IDG Books. It is a beginner's guide to Delphi, a programming language and software development environment for Windows applications. The book covers the basics of Delphi syntax, components, forms, events, properties, methods, database access, graphics, multimedia, and debugging. It also includes tips and tricks, examples, exercises, and a glossary of terms.

Delphi Programming For Dummies: A Review

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The book is aimed at readers who have some experience with programming in general, but not necessarily with Delphi or Windows programming. It assumes that the reader has access to Delphi version 1.0 or later, and a Windows 3.1 or later operating system. The book is written in a friendly and humorous style, with plenty of illustrations and screenshots. The book is divided into six parts:

  • Part I: Getting Started with Delphi. This part introduces the Delphi environment, the Object Inspector, the Component Palette, the Form Designer, and the Code Editor. It also explains how to create a simple Hello World application and how to compile and run it.

  • Part II: Building User Interfaces. This part covers the various components that can be used to create graphical user interfaces in Delphi, such as buttons, labels, edit boxes, list boxes, combo boxes, radio buttons, check boxes, scroll bars, menus, dialogs, and more. It also shows how to set properties and handle events for these components.

  • Part III: Working with Data. This part explains how to use Delphi's data-aware components to connect to databases and display and manipulate data in grids, tables, queries, reports, and charts. It also covers topics such as data validation, filtering, sorting, searching, indexing, and linking.

  • Part IV: Adding Multimedia and Graphics. This part demonstrates how to use Delphi's multimedia components to play sounds and videos, and how to use Delphi's graphics components to draw shapes, lines, curves, text, bitmaps, icons, metafiles, and more. It also covers topics such as animation, color manipulation, image processing, and printing.

Part V: Debugging and Deploying Your Applications. This part shows how to use Delphi's debugging tools to find and fix errors in your code, such as breakpoints, watches, locals,

  • evaluations, call stack, trace into/over/out commands. It also explains how to create executable files and distribute your applications to other users.

  • Part VI: The Part of Tens. This part contains four chapters that provide ten tips for each of the following topics: improving your code quality; speeding up your development process; enhancing your user interface; and finding more information about Delphi.

Delphi Programming For Dummies is a useful resource for anyone who wants to learn the basics of Delphi programming or refresh their skills. It is easy to read and follow,

and provides plenty of examples and exercises to practice what you learn. The book is available online as a PDF file[^1^] or as a hard copy from various sources[^2^].

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