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Can QuickReports component in C++ Builder be used in Delphi 3?

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Can the Quick Reports component in C++ Builder be used directly in Delphi 3? If not, what changes have to be made to port it over? My understanding is that the standard edition of D3 does not include the QuickReport component, but the standard edition of C++ Builder does. I can get the standard edition of both for less than the cost of D3 pro alone, which has the component but nothing else I want, and end up with the QuickReport component. Hence my question.
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Quick Report is included in all editions of Delphi 3, including Delphi 3 Standard.
Quick Report is a set of VCL components.  The one in C++Builder was written in VCL and dropped into both Delphi 3 and C++Builder.
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