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  • PowerBASIC & Visual IDE & OOP

    hi,

    Visual BASIC is to slow and have not 100% OOP programming
    Borland Delphi have the 100% OOP programming.
    I think that PowerBasic the same technics like Delphi use.

    PowerBASIC is now ready for implementing build-in
    for OOP support in ALL the versions.

    PowerBASIC have the pointers:
    - DATA-POINTERS
    - CODE-POINTERS

    PowerBASIC is already for Implementing an professional
    Visual IDE with forms and Components.

    If the OOP support a fact then is that possible writing
    own components for using as add-ons.

    I look to the OOP -version of PB????

    Greetings,
    stephane


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  • #2
    I hate to admit it, but I'd like to see a simple encapsulation
    type OOP in PB, but...

    Dude, you are annoying about this. If you want Delphi, then use
    Delphi.

    I personally have VB5, VB6, Delphi 5, PB/DLL, PB/CC, and VC6.

    Use the right tool for the job...
    (just my $0.02 worth)

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    Dave
    http://www.davidcrowell.com

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