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What is a *.dcu file?

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Is a dcu file a compiled file?
How do  you creat one?
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1. Yes a *.dcu file is a Delphi Compiled Unit it is like an *.obj file in C,C++ etc...
2. These are automatically created by delphi when you compile a project (Unless you have set Delph (2 or 3) to use *.obj files)
e.g.
select File|New Application
select File|Save Project As...
create a new folder
select the new folder
save all units
select Project|Build All
then look in the new folder there will be a .dcu file for each .pas file there

Hope this helps.
RCJ
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thanks

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