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Borland C++

An earlier ANSI C and C++ compiler from Borland for DOS and Windows applications. It was Turbo C-compatible and its debugger supported Windows programs written in Microsoft C. It included application frameworks for Windows (ObjectWindows) and DOS (Turbo Vision). Borland C++ for OS/2 was also available. Borland C++ was superseded by C++Builder in 1997. See C++Builder.
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By combining Installshield MultiPlatform - Borland(R) Limited Edition with Borland C++ technology, Borland customers are able to access a powerful and flexible cross-platform installation-authoring solution from within their C++ development environment.
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Extensive support includes Visual C++, Borland C++, Gnu C++, Visual Basic, VB.
The latest version allows smooth synchronisation with other IDEs, including Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual Studio, Borland C++ and Delphi.
With this release, developers are able to be more productive with the free Borland C++ Compiler, using Turbo Debugger to track down bugs and create higher quality C++ applications.
The SDK is based on a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) that can be embedded in many software platforms, including Microsoft(TM) Visual Studio (C#, C/C++, Visual Basic), Borland C++ Builder or LabView.
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With editions that support Borland JBuilder(R), Borland C++ Builder(R), Eclipse and Microsoft Visual Studio, these Together products already transition UML into domain-specific languages.
With C++Builder 4's new multi-standard flexible C++ compiler, developers can now leverage millions of existing projects, samples, classes and components available for C++Builder, Borland C++, ANSI C++, and Visual C++.
The Borland Together products continue the Borland tradition of offering choice and flexibility to customers, integrating with most of today's leading integrated development environments including Borland JBuilder(R), Borland C++ Builder(R), Microsoft Visual Studio for .
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Shay Ben-Chorin, president and CEO for Virtio, noted, "The inclusion of Virtio's Softboard technology in the Borland C++ BuilderX third party CD is significant from two aspects.