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Date Posted: 06:42:52 11/11/02 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: C++ Builder 6: C Source
In reply to: Wolfgang Mattis 's message, "C++ Builder 6: C Source" on 13:58:39 11/09/02 Sat

Hi Wolfgang,

It is usually not very difficult to convert from Object Pascal to C++. All objects must be created with the "new" operator and in C++ class members are dereferenced with the -> operator instead of . in Object Pascal. This "is" operator in C++ Builder is more tricky.

Post some code snippets here and I will be able to help.

Best regards,


>I want to use the image library with the Borland C++
>Bulder 6. The problem I have: How can I use it in a
>C++ Application? I tried to adapt the Delphi example
>code to C++. But all variants crashes... Can anyone
>show me examples in C++ code? The first thing I want
>to do is rotating an image. Thanx for any help!

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