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Customization the Highlight of BuilderX Release : Page 2

New C++ IDE from Borland builds on the efficiency of its predecessor, but existing Builder users should be prepared for some glitches in the learning curve.


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Standard Deviation
One of my main concerns when choosing a C++ IDE is ANSI/ISO compliance. In this regard, C++ Builder circa 1998 was a treat to work with. Its core language compliance was close to 100 percent—a rarity in those days. A lot has changed since then, however. Microsoft's promise to bring Visual C++ .NET to full ANSI/ISO compliance has become a reality. Likewise, GCC and Sun's Fort


Danny Kalev is a systems analyst and software engineer with 13 years of experience, specializing in C++ and object-oriented analysis and design. He is a member of the ANSI C++ standardization committee and the author of ANSI/ISO C++ Professional Programmer's Handbook (Que, 1999, ISBN: 0789720221). Reach him at dannykk@inter.net.il.
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