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C++Builder is a popular RAD (Rapid application development) environment produced by Borland for writing programs in the C++ programming language. It bears close resemblance to Delphi, and as a result many consider it to be a C++ version of Delphi. Most components developed in Delphi can be used in C++Builder with no modification, although the reverse is not true. In geometry, the unit of angle radian has the symbol rad. ... Rapid application development (RAD), is a software programming technique that allows quick development of software applications. ... Borland Software Corporation (formerly Borland International, Inc. ... C++ (pronounced see plus plus) is a general-purpose computer programming language. ... Delphi is a programming language and software development environment. ...


C++Builder includes tools that allow true drag-and-drop visual development, making programming easier by incorporating a WYSIWYG GUI design interface into its IDE. WYSIWYG (pronounced wizzy-wig or wuzzy-wig) is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, and is used in computing to describe a seamlessness between the appearance of edited content and final product. ... An example of graphical user interface in Mac OS X A graphical user interface (or GUI, pronounced gooey) is a method of interacting with a computer through a metaphor of direct manipulation of graphical images and widgets in addition to text. ... An integrated development environment (IDE) (also known as an integrated design environment and integrated debugging environment) is computer software to help computer programmers develop software. ...


Other popular visual RAD tools include Delphi, JBuilder and C#Builder from Borland, and Visual Basic from Microsoft. Delphi is a programming language and software development environment. ... JBuilder is a Java IDE from Borland. ... The title given to this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. ... Visual Basic (VB) is an event driven programming language and associated development environment created by Microsoft. ...


C++Builder originally targeted only the Microsoft Windows platform. Later versions incorporate Borland CLX, a cross-platform development visual component library that supports Windows and Linux. Microsoft Windows is a range of closed source proprietary commercial operating environments for personal computers and servers. ... In computing, Component Library for Cross Platform (CLX), is a cross-platform visual component-based framework for developing Microsoft Windows and Linux applications. ...


In 2003 Borland introduced the successor to C++Builder, a cross-platform IDE named 'C++BuilderX, which bears little resemblance to either C++Builder or Delphi. This product is aimed at developing large programs for enterprises. 2003 is a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... For similarly-spelled initialisms, see IDE. Binomial name Leuciscus idus |} The ide (Leuciscus idus L. 1758) or orfe is a freshwater fish of the family Cyprinidae found across northern Europe and Asia. ...


Because of lack of commercial success with C++BuilderX the company announced (end of 2004) resurrection of C++ Builder as part of next Delphi suite. Delphi is a programming language and software development environment. ...


External links

  • C++BuilderX home page at Borland (http://www.borland.com/cbuilderx/)
  • C++Builder home page at Borland (http://www.borland.com/cbuilder/)

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Encyclopedia: C Plus Plus (9500 words)
5 C++ is not a superset of C
The 1998 C++ standard consists of two parts: the core language and the C++ standard library; the latter includes most of the Standard Template Library and a slightly modified version of the C standard library.
C++ supports this (via member functions and friend functions), but does not enforce it: the programmer can declare parts or all of the representation of a type to be public, and is also allowed to make public entities that are not part of the representation of the type.
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