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What's New in C++Builder 10.2: Part 1 - The Linker

RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo will be out very soon, and I’d like to let you know some of what you can expect to see new on the C++Builder side. While the majority of work is for Linux, which will be available for C++ in 10.2.1, we’ve worked on three key areas: Improved linking Improved code generation Improved debugging Today I want to discuss what’s new in the linker. The Win32…
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Learn to program with C++Builder: Homepage

Do you want to learn C++, but don’t know where to begin? This series takes you through from the very beginning, assuming you have some programming knowledge but know no C++ at all, and show you how to build a real-world, useful application, demonstrating UI and logic design principles, the basics of C++, and useful classes and methods, ie a great overview of the areas you need to know about…
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Learn to program with C++Builder: #2, Building and Debugging

Update July 24, 2018:With thejust-released Community Edition of C++Builder, we’ve updated these posts. Please visit the new version of this blog post here. Community Editionreplaces the old Starter edition, and is a full-featured, free, Professional-level edition of C++Builder. It and the updated ‘Learn programming’ course are well worthchecking…
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Using CMake with the free Embarcadero C++ compiler

Do you want to use CMake with the newly released free compiler? This post quickly runs you through installing both the compiler and CMake, and shows an example build using two C++ files and the corresponding CMakeLists.txt. CMake is a popular third-party build tool. Ensuring…