Hello Great C++ Developers,
C++Builder is a great C++ IDE and compiler, that has a lot of modern features that help your power through that C++ software learning curve. Every week we try to gather together a few of the most recent C++ posts on LearnCPlusPlus.org. This week we will learn about Lambda expressions. We also learn about methods of Forms (TForm class type) like the mouse, keyboard events, when the form is painted or resized, and similar events. Another post is an introduction to database apps with the really powerful Live Bindings which can take a lot of the hard work out of reading, displaying and writing data. In another post, we will learn to use time and its properties in modern C++. To finish it all off we will learn to convert floating numbers to strings within different methods in C++Builder.
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What is LearnCPlusPlus.org and how does it help me write C++ Software?
LearnCPlusPlus.org is packed full of great articles for professionals and beginners alike. The posts vary from articles suitable for people who are just starting to learn C++ – basics like string handling, pointers, loops, and all those fundamental building blocks of this rich and powerful programming language – to much more in-depth and advanced subjects like artificial neural networks and AI, along with the math behind it. Our focus is on the C++ language, particularly modern C++, and will work with almost any environment and IDE software you can choose although, of course, we believe RAD Studio C++Builder is the best option!
If you are new to RAD Studio, we think these posts may help you as much as a rapid introduction to programming in C++, all the way to the most robust, modern, and latest techniques for those more experienced with the language. For those who are perhaps wanting to expand their knowledge with the most up-to-date features, routines, and methodologies this is a great little boost (pun intended) to your C++ knowledge. The new RAD Studio 11, C++Builder 11, and Delphi 11 are released with great new features and we are developing and testing new examples for you with the latest RADS 11 that means.LearnCPlusPlus.org examples are working well with the latest C++Builder.
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Here are today’s selections:
How can we use C++Builder in the most modern and efficient ways?
These posts are designed to give you more information and to be easy to understand the modern and professional ways that we use in C++. Here are the topics,
- The Step-by-Step Guide To Lambda Expressions In A C++ App
- What You Need To Know About Form Methods in C++ Applications
- Introduction To Data Bindings In C++ Cross-Platform Apps
- This Is How To Use Time And Its Properties In C++ Software
- How To Convert A Float To A String In A C++ App
What kind of C++ software questions are we answering?
These are the questions that we answer in this collection:
- What is a Lambda Expression?
- What is the syntax of the Lambda Expression?
- What is the Simple Syntax of Lambda Expression (C++ 17)?
- What is the Syntax of Lambda Expression (C++20) version?
- What other parts of Lambda Expression syntax are there?
- How do I write a Lambda Expression?
- What changes to Lambda Expressions were made in C++17?
- What are some examples of Lambda Expressions?
- Is there a full example of C++ Lambda Expression?
- Where can I find out more about using Lambda Expressions in my C++ app?
- What are the basics of Forms (TForm) in the VCL Framework?
- How do I use events of Forms (TForm) in VCL?
- How can I use mouse events of Forms (TForm) in VCL?
- How can I use keyboard events of Forms (TForm) in VCL?
- How can I use other events of Forms (TForm) in VCL?
- What are LiveBindings?
- How can I create LiveBindings in C++ Builder FMX applications?
- How can I use LiveBindings in C++ Cross-Platform Apps?
- What are the LiveBindings Visual Components?
- Is there a simple LiveBindigs example for C++ Builder FMX applications?
- How can we use Time when writing C++ software?
- How can we obtain local time or UTC in our C++ apps?
- How can we get each property of a time such as hours, mins, and seconds?
- What are the time properties and functions available in C++Builder?
- How to get the date and time of a System in C++?
- How do I display a time value with a Format?
- How do I set a Time variable in C++?
- How do I use C++ FormatSettings?
- How can I convert a floating number to a string in my C++ app?
- How can I put a float into a Text of a component?
- What is the FloatToStr method?
- What is the FloatToStrF method?
- Can I use the FloatToStr method with double and long double too?
- Can we use the printf() method with the float in modern C++?
C++ Builder answers all those C++ software and app questions with these posts
C++Builder can supply all the answers to those questions above and the posts include some very simple step-by-step examples to show you how.
These articles are some of the picks from the latest our posts. if you like, of the feast of C++ knowledge which awaits you, so come on over the LearnCplusPlus.org and take a look.
We keep adding new topics about C++ in general and specific topics for C++Builder, Dev-C++, and for the other C++ compilers. Please follow our LearnCPlusPlus.org website for the latest posts and updates. Feel free to comment and share with your colleagues, students, members – knowledge is power, and knowledge shared is empowering.
We wish you happy weeks, happy coding!
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