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Learn to program C++ with C++Builder Community Edition: #5 Operators, and final application!

Welcome to the fifth and final episode of Learning C++ with C++Builder Starter.Last time, we had a calculator and numerical input, demonstrating using boost::optional, smart pointers, and more. This post is shorter: it will finish the calculator with operators (implementing addition, subtraction, etc) and end with a full application, ready to move to cross-platform if you wish. Operators The…
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Learn to program C++ with C++Builder Community Edition: #2, Building and Debugging

Welcome to the second blog post in the ‘Learning to program with C++Builder’ series – a set of five articles taking you from knowing nothing about C++ to writing a real-world, useful application. Thefirst entry covered installing C++Builder Community. Now it’s time to start using it! Today, we’ll cover the tools you use, creating your first app, and basic…
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Real-world CMake and C++Builder applications on github

Last week, we ran a popular webinar Fast Builds and Integrating Libraries: Using CMake and Ninja for C++ Builder 10.2.3. The replay is now available on Youtube. In it, I demonstrated twoitems building with C++Builder and our CMake support: a real-world FireMonkey application, and Google Test. These are available on github: Mazes:I wrote this for CodeRageXII in…
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Evolution of C++ standards

Programming languages are exciting for developers, and C++, one of the more technically challenging and also perhaps the most widely used compiled language, is one of the most exciting. As Theodore Roosevelt is misquoted (*), ‘the more you know about the past…
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Removing the Community toolbar

The RAD Studio IDE contains a toolbar allowing you to log on to Community, and see messages sent to you by other users, questions and answers, andother notifications. Recent website upgrades have caused issues with this toolbar for some users (now resolved), and we…
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C++ Free Compiler Updated to 10.2.3

Embarcadero hashad a free download of our C++ compiler andRTL (capable of making Win32 apps) for many years, going back into the Borland days. (In fact, Idera as a company likes providing free tools – check out some of the others here.) We aim to keep thatfree compiler up to date, and sowe updated it from the frankly ancient classic “Borland” v5.5 compiler…
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