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delphi thread: New at Delphi


Message #1 by "Mike Daskalakis" <kogou14@h...> on Sat, 2 Jun 2001 22:00:24
I think a lot of Charlie's books.  He really explains things well.  Read his
memory theater analogy for an explanation of how memory and pointers work.
Check out his home pages for plenty of articles, and sometimes excerpts from
his books.

http://community.borland.com/soapbox/techvoyage/

http://www.elvenware.com/charlie/index.html

Kirk Halgren
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yogesh Vachhani" <laser_aoc@y...>
To: "Delphi" <delphi@p...>
Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2001 10:10 AM
Subject: [delphi] Re: New at Delphi


> Well then please go through Charles Celvert's Delphi
> Unleased, or go for Teach Yourself Delphi series
> BOOKS. A few r available in electronic format from
> www.informit.com
>
> Please check it out.
>
> Personally I have enjoyed Charle's books. I have got
> his C++ Builder Unleased and it is just superb.
>
> Bye
>
> Yogesh
>
> --- kokoras gourouni <kogou14@h...> wrote: >
> Thanks for the answer.
> > I have already the book from Cantu but i don't think
> > it's for beginners.
> > I mean there are a lot of things in his code that
> > does not explain. Maybe he
> > believes that who ever deals with Delphi have a
> > strong background in Pascal.
> > But i don't.
> > So i am looking for a book that explains the What's
> > and Why's.
> >
> > Thanks again
> > Mike Daskalakis

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