Delphi as an Object Oriented Language...
Posted on 2003-02-20
This question isn't about solving a problem or something like that. I should probably have posted it in a newsgroup or something but since you guys are actually the best experts on the whole web (!!!), I'll give 50pts to the first 2 of you guys giving me a complete anwser to my question. OK ? So here it is....
I'm teaching a class on basics of Delphi (loops, arrays, real basics!). The students are programmers which a used to code VB and some C++. I presented Delphi as an Object Oriented and some of my students asked me how is Delphi different than C++ regarding Objects. They seemed to think there was a huge difference between the 2 language (they were kind of splitting Objects in two categories: Delphi's way and the others!)
The thing is that I always thought that Delphi's way of doing it isn't very different than C++ does. The only big difference I see is that there is no multiple heritage in Delphi.
So you see my question comming, aren't you ? There it is: what are the difference between Delphi's way of handelling Objects and C++ one ?