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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.




Building the Right Environment to Support AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

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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