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explain delphi programming?
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mrbumpCommented:
Object Orientated Pascal.
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StevenBCommented:
VISUAL, Object Orientated Pascal.
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MadshiCommented:
:-)

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bruintjeCommented:
Solving bugs in Windos?
:O)
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Oli2Commented:
...realizing, it's 3:30 am in the morning and you're still sitting there, trying to figure out, how to handle the handle.
:-)
Greetings, Oli
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intheCommented:
Better than visual basic and easier to understand and read than c,c++ builders vcl was wrote in object pascal.
basically it is a user friendly drag'n'drop programming tool.
there is no way to explain it here ,you need to read a good book or something try www.amazon.com etc there's just too much to explain.do you have a version of delphi?? if you do ask a more specific question,like hoe to close a form ,or how to delete visual basic progmatically :-)
Happy Learning
Regards Barry

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bruintjeCommented:
OKidOKi,

We all made a bit of a laugh of your question, that's because whe're just a happy bunch :O))) .
But all wrapped up it comes to this:

If you haven't yet a version of Delphi go get yourself one, if you're just starting out the basic version is enough to get your hands dirty.
Buy a book about Delphi, most of them grade their targeted audience beginner/intermediate/advanced, start with a beginner/intermediate level book so when you are developing your skills your book will be there too.
Maybe the Delphi Unleashed Serie is the best place to start, it covers, or at least the Delphi 2 Unleashed, almost everything from the top to the bottom, with lots of samples. Read some reviews at the book sites and pick one out.
Try the samples coming with your version of Delphi and play a bit with them. Don't try to do too much at the same time, because when things don't work out the way you expected them it will not be easy to sort it out.
Come often to this site read the questions and the answers or proposed answers (that's cheaper :O) ).
Ask your own questions for not too much points (look at how others doing it) according to the difficulty, we will be happy to come up with a satisfying answer, not like the ones above.

Hope this will get you going
:O) Bruintje.
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