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BCB4/5 Components needed

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I'm looking for some VCL Components for use with borland c++ nuilder 4 or 5 and I would apreciate some links.
I would prefere freeware comp.s but some none nagging shareware will do...

Thanks to all you experts out there
                       
                                   Filipe Correia

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by:AlexVirochovsky
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You can get (free) BCB components from www.melander.dk and www.rxlib.com 
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Sory...
Those I already knew.
But if noone else answers I'll give you part of the pts...

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These sites are mostly turned to Direct-X and OpenGL programming
 and thats something that may become very useful in the future
 but for now I was thinking in something like visual components
 that the user can really 'see'.

Thanks for your help


                           Filipe Correia
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Try the following.  You'll have to wade through all of the different components to find what you need especially in the Delphi links.  I know they say Delphi, but there are actually quite a few C++ Builder compatible components on them.  I relisted the Delphi superpage that Alex showed earlier because this is prolly the granpappy of Delphi/C++ Builder component sites.  Also some of them are shareware and commercial, but you should find some useful freeware components.

The Bits C++ Builder Components
http://www.richplum.co.uk/CBUILDER/components/default.html

Delphi Superpage
http://delphi.icm.edu.pl/

Delphi Source
http://www.delphisource.com/
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Fabulous sites experts!!!
I'll give 25pts to each of you
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Ok, thanks
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by:wolfpackinc
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http://members.xoom.com/wolfpackinc/
Has a list of mostly free and reasonably priced component packages...
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