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by Ray Lischner

eBook Delphi in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) epub
  • ISBN: 1565926595
  • Author: Ray Lischner
  • Genre: Techno
  • Subcategory: Operating Systems
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (March 26, 2000)
  • Pages: 578 pages
  • ePUB size: 1144 kb
  • FB2 size 1137 kb
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Aimed at the working Delphi developer, Delphi in a Nutshell is an effective desktop reference to this popular programming tool. In a nutshell, 8 years after this book's first print, still every page, every line, and every word from this book is gem for serious Delphi developers.

Aimed at the working Delphi developer, Delphi in a Nutshell is an effective desktop reference to this popular programming tool. Besides listing all core classes and methods, this book also provides a host of expert dos and don'ts for mastering the newest features in Delphi's Object Pascal.

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Ray Lischner began his career as a software developer, but dropped out of the corporate rat race to become an. .Ray has taught C++ at Oregon State University.

Ray Lischner began his career as a software developer, but dropped out of the corporate rat race to become an author. He started using C++ in the late 1980s, working at a company that was rewriting its entire product line in C++. Over the years, he has witnessed the evolution of C++ from cfront to native compilers to integrated development environments to visual, component-based tools. He is the author of Delphi in a Nutshell and O'Reilly's upcoming C++ in a Nutshell, as well as other books.

Nutshell Handbook, the Nutshell Handbook logo, and the O’Reilly logo are registered trademarks of O’Reilly Media, Inc. R in a Nutshell . This book is designed to be a good desktop reference. I wrote this book because I like R. R is fun and intuitive in ways that other solutions are not. R in a Nutshell, the image of a harpy eagle, and related trade dress are trademarks of O’Reilly Media, Inc. Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks. Where those designations appear in this book, and O’Reilly Media, In. was aware of a trademark claim, the designations have been printed in caps or initial caps.

Beyond this, the nutshell library is designed as a reference for programmers who want to quick-reference a.

If you're already up to speed on C++, Java, SQL, etc, then the nutshell format will make sense as you seehow Director includes functions and classes in the form of handlers and properties. However, for the novice programmer looking to learn more about scripting Lingo, this book is awful.

Delphi - A Desktop Quick Reference. Delphi in a Nutshell" isn't just another ordinary Delphi book. Once again Ray has manage to take on topics that are unique and not covered in any detail if at all by other authors. The chapters on RTTI and the Delphi object model alone are well worth the price. This goes onto my short list of "must have" Delphi books for any serious program (Ray actually now has 3 of the 5). Good work Ray. 0. Report. com User, March 30, 2000.

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Succinctly collects all the information you need in one easy to use, complete and accurate volume, and goes beyond the product documentation itself. Delphi in a Nutshell starts with the Delphi object model, and how to use RTTI (Run Time Type Information) for efficient programming

With a new name and a new focus on CORBA, database drivers, and Microsoft Back Office applications, Inprise/Borland Delphi is enjoying a resurgence, with a growing user base of programmers who use Delphi for rapid development of enterprise computing applications. Not to rest on success, the latest version of Delphi, Version 5, includes further expansion and refinement of the 3-tier application framework introduced in Delphi 4 and has resulted in a prize-winning product.Delphi in a Nutshell is the first concise reference to Borland/Inprise Delphi available. It succinctly collects all the information you need in one easy-to-use, complete, and accurate volume that goes beyond the product documentation itself.Delphi in a Nutshell starts with the Delphi object model and how to use RTTI (Run Time Type Information) for efficient programming. The rest of the book is the most complete Delphi Pascal language reference available in print, detailing every language element with complete syntax, examples, and methods for use. The book concludes with a look at the compiler, discussing compiler directives in depth.

Comments: (7)
Beanisend
One of the drawbacks to the two most recommended books for Delphi, Mastering Delphi and Delphi Developer's Handbook, is that they encompass so much that it can be hard to know where to start.
Delphi in a Nutshell is highly focused. You read a section, read it again because you *want* to make sure you are understanding what this guy has to say and then move on to the next topic.
I always like the O'Reilly press books because of their high value for the price and this book is yet another fine example of O'Reilly's commitment to excellence. Of course, that darn binding came free the first day and I wasn't happy about that, but I'd buy this at twice the price if they'd do it with a spiral binding as one of the other reviewers suggested.
Buy it, you won't regret it.
DarK-LiGht
This is an excellent desk reference book for Delphi, with great in-depth information of Delphi's Object Model, RTTI, ans SysUtil. Nonthless, be warned that it does not tell you how to write Delphi code specifically; therefore it is really not a book for Delphi beginners.

Meanwhile, this book is comparable to the classic "Inside C++ Object Model" by Stanley Lippman, but with more, let alone the English writting of this book is more concise, accurate, and easy to follow.

In a nutshell, 8 years after this book's first print, still every page, every line, and every word from this book is gem for serious Delphi developers.

Highly recommended!
Ffyan
Other reviewers have adequately covered the positive aspects of this book -- with which I largely concur -- but I encountered some annoyances with its organization. Lischner has separate sections for the language reference and the many useful functions in the SysUtils unit. To a programmer, this distinction means very little, and I'd much rather see the two combined into a single reference. He compounds this problem by organizing the two chapters in very different ways. The first is alphabetical -- the second divides functions into logical groups. These groups aren't listed in the Contents, and functions in the SysUtils chapter don't even make it into the index! Cross-references are also inconsistent. For example, the SetCurrentDir function in SysUtils rightfully mentions that it is an alternative to ChDir in the language section; but ChDir doesn't make the complementary reference. Bottom line: this book does little to help those programmers who find themselves writing their own functions, only to discover later that they are provided in SysUtils.
Agamaginn
This book is decent as a language reference, but when it comes to a conceptual reference, it falls a little short. The first 3rd is the conceptual part. The latter portion is the language reference - goes over objects and commands and such. I was hoping for a little more from a desktop reference. If I were to only buy one book, it would be from Marco Cantu.
Hinewen
This book is a fair reference for the intermediate programmer. However, it stops at Delphi 5, so it's use for those using later versions of Delphi will find a lot missing. The book is organized fairly well and it is easy to find answers to questions that are pertinent up through Delphi 5. It does have some tutorial content, but that is limited and for those seeking programming with Delphi education would be better off with other books. This book is best used as a supplement to an instructional book, like the Cantu books.
Samardenob
A few pages describing this and that and the rest of the book is object/property/method lists. Useful only if you did not install help or don't have internet access. The Dummies Guide is much better.
JoJoshura
I found this book to be a decent reference for somethings, but it is not very extensive. However, reading through this improved my delphi knowledge substantially.
Complete and comprehensive review of all Delphi key words and language constructs.
Best way to work through the less used Delphi constructs with example code. Great explanations
of all of the above. The tips and tricks point out the gotcha's and the advantages to each construct.
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