© 2006

.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Common Language Runtime

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 3-16
    3. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 17-58
    4. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 59-79
    5. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 81-103
  3. C# and Delphi

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 105-106
    2. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 107-124
    3. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 125-137
    4. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 139-177
    5. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 179-199
    6. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 201-220
    7. Hallvard Vassbotn
      Pages 221-253
  4. The Framework Class Library

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 255-255
    2. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 257-304
    3. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 305-328
    4. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 329-352
    5. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 353-372
    6. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 373-389
    7. Jon Shemitz
      Pages 391-411

About this book


.NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers explores .NET from a Delphi programmers viewpoint, and it is ideal for Delphi programmers moving to .NET. It presents the core concepts of the .NET world in terms you are familiar with. This book will help you with Delphi for .NET as well as C#.

Apress publishes migration books for both Visual Basic 6 and C++ programmers moving to .NET. Consider this the Delphi installment of Apress migration books! There is ample coverage of C# as well as Delphi for .NET inside this edition.


.NET C# C++ programming language CIL Collections Delphi Visual Basic Web Services XML databases design documentation interfaces language web applications

About the authors

Jon Shemitz has been programming since he was 12, when he learned Focal on a PDP-8, and has been programming professionally since he graduated from Yale University in 1981. He's been using Borland's Pascal since Turbo Pascal 1.0. He's written several magazine articles and several book chapters. He also authored KYLIX: The Professional Developer's Guide and Reference. Learn more about Jon at

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