New PDF release: Borland C++ Builder 6 Developer's Guide

By Jarrod Hollingworth

ISBN-10: 0672324806

ISBN-13: 9780672324802

C++Builder 6 Developer's consultant is revised for the most recent model of C++Builder, the largest replace to C++Builder in years.C++Builder is an ANSI C++ IDE.The model 6 provides BizSnap, a device to construct net prone utilizing XML/SOAP, .NET, and BizTalk from Microsoft, and SunONE from solar Microsystems.Other new parts contain WebSnap for internet program improvement, DataSnap for database improvement, and CLX, which permits cross-platform improvement for Unix and Linux.The new NetCLX net parts enable improvement of cross-platform purposes with Apache, Microsoft IIS, and Netscape net Server applications.C++Builder 6 Developer's consultant keeps because the sure consultant for Borland's C++Builder, supplying a transparent and concise reference for C++ builders.

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These event handlers make up the bulk of the code in a C++Builder program. The Form A form is a visible window that is part of the user interface of your application. When you create a new application in C++Builder, a blank main form is created automatically. To build your user interface, simply add visual components to the form, then position and size them accordingly. You can also add nonvisual components to a form, such as timers. These appear as a simple component icon at design time, but are not visible at runtime.

Remove the string within the Text property. Drop a Label component under the Edit1 edit box. In the Object Inspector, select the Caption property. Enter Friends’ Names. To select the form itself, click anywhere on the form, but not on any component. You can also do this inside the Object Inspector by selecting Form1 in the drop-down box. Next, select the Events tab in the Object Inspector and look for the OnShow event. Double-click inside the property setting for this event. C++Builder will now create the following code for the event handler: void __fastcall TForm1::FormShow(TObject *Sender) { } This event is triggered when the form is shown at runtime.

A component is an object, often visual, such as a check box, a drive combo box, or a graphical image. Components can also be nonvisual, such as database connections or sockets for distributed system communication. 03 0672324806 CH01 12/12/02 2:37 PM Page 15 The VCL, Forms, and Components Components are chosen from the component palette of the IDE by left-clicking and placing them in your work area. 1, which shows the windows of the IDE. You can also add or write your own components, as discussed in upcoming chapters.

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