August 2012 Developer's Poll

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How many C++Builder/Delphi books do you own?

a. 0
6
11%
b. 1
7
13%
c. 2
7
13%
d. 3+
33
62%
 
Total votes : 53

August 2012 Developer's Poll

Postby Damon » Sun Aug 19, 2012 7:32 am

Unfortunately, there are not too many C++Builder books in existence (though, there are several on Delphi). I don't even recall the most recent C++Builder book.

I own at least three C++Builder books, the latest one (BCB6 Dev. Guide) from 2002.

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Re: August 2012 Developer's Poll

Postby gtokas » Mon Aug 20, 2012 1:13 am

I agree on the number of books for C++ Builder.
I believe that I own all books published about C++ Builder starting from HOWTO (first book I buy), all of the unleashed series and finally both of dev guide.

Maybe it is time for another book.

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Re: August 2012 Developer's Poll

Postby 2ffat » Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:45 am

Yes, all my books are for BCB6 and older. Most of the info is still relevant, as far as I can tell. I would love have something that tells me about the new features and advancements in the newer versions besides just a press release. It took me some time and effort to track down info on Unicode, for example, and most of that was in Delphi.
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Re: August 2012 Developer's Poll

Postby denville » Tue Sep 11, 2012 2:26 am

Glancing at the bookshelf I immediately see seven third-party books in addition to the Borland manuals. The earliest CPB book is Charlie Calvert's 'Unleashed' for version 3. I also have a couple of Delphi books although I don't have a current copy of Delphi.

The most referenced of them all, by far, are 'C++ Builder How To' and (surprisingly ?) Tom Swan's 'Foundations of Delphi' which I bought before CPB had been born and is still useful in certain basic areas.

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