Introducing Delphi Programming: Theory through Practice

by John Barrow, Linda Miller, Katherine Malan, Helene Gelderblom

Introducing Delphi Programming: Theory through Practice Synopsis

This new edition of Introducing Delphi Programming:Theory through Practice covers the basics of Delphi and includes features of Delphi 6,7 and 8. The book has been written for students taking first year course in Information Systems at universities and Institutes of Technology and is ideal for the independent, distance learner. It teaches students both the practical side of programming and important programming theory.Delphi is a versatile and sophisticated visual programming environment for rapid application development that allows the programmer to develop Windows and Linux programs easily and speedily. . Introducing Delphi Programming: Theory through Practice is considered to be the leading introductory text on computer programming. It allows students to gain confidence as they develop their skills in an interesting and practical way.

Introducing Delphi Programming: Theory through Practice Press Reviews

Introducing Delphi Programming turned out to be outstanding: it begins where I needed to begin: it progresses smoothly from task to task; it is built around sets of practical exercises and practice activities; explanations are clear and well organized. It is the best how to book of any type that Introducing Delphi Programming turned out to be outstanding: it begins where I needed to begin: it progresses smoothly from task to task; it is built around sets of practical exercises and practice activities; explanations are clear and well organized. It is the best how to book of any type that I have ever used.--Pat Byrd, Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University Introducing Delphi Programming turned out to be outstanding: it begins where I needed to begin: it progresses smoothly from task to task; it is built around sets of practical exercises and practice activities; explanations are clear and well organized. It is the best how to book of any type that I have ever used.--Pat Byrd, Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University Introducing Delphi Programming turned out to be outstanding: it begins where I needed to begin: it progresses smoothly from task to task; it is built around sets of practical exercises and practice activities; explanations are clear and well organized. It is the best how to book of any type that I have ever used.--Pat Byrd, Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL, Georgia State University

Book Information

ISBN: 9780195789119
Publication date: 1st January 2005
Author: John Barrow, Linda Miller, Katherine Malan, Helene Gelderblom
Publisher: Oxford University Press Southern Africa
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 567 pages
Categories: Programming & scripting languages: general,

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