Friday, September 17, 2004

Without Delphi there would be no .Net

I read Brad Adam's post and I saw this sentence, without Delphi there would be no .Net.

He got some responses with that sentence. It is amusing to see that some people cannot appreciate Delphi. Indeed nothing is new under the sun, but from all modern programming languages which I consider popular, Delphi is one of the first language that has most of the good features (RAD, components, properties, events, single inheritance, the component source code, and the list goes on).

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