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62. Microsoft AE VC++.NET STD 2003-WIN32
63. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Enterprise
64. Borland C++ Builder 6 Enterprise
66. Microsoft Visual C++ .NET Standard
67. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Enterprise
68. Visualage C++ Upgrade from C++
69. Borland C++Builder 5.0 Standard


Asin: B00007986I
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lotus Development
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62. Microsoft AE VC++.NET STD 2003-WIN32 EN CD ( 254-00258 )

Asin: B00008G9IZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
Sales Rank: 10043
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63. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Enterprise Suite
list price: $2,499.00
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Asin: B00004NHN3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 9881
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The surest way to annoy a programmer is to state unequivocallythat one integrated development environment (IDE) or another is thebest of its kind. The fact is, they're all good in their respectiveways; the issue boils down to one of personal preferences andexperience rather than with characteristics of the IDEs themselves.

Borland C++Builder 5 Enterprise is a top-shelf IDE designed fordeveloping Windows applications, services, libraries, and othersoftware in ANSI C and C++. Its user interface is attractive, itsobject model is intelligent, and its feature set stacks up well againstall its competitors. It's a fine choice for Windows development work,particularly for projects that involve n-tier database connectivity,distributed applications, internationalization, Internet connectivity,or a combination of these.

This latest version of C++Builder incorporates improvements to itssupport of database connectivity, Internet applications, and ExtensibleMarkup Language (XML). The editor now features better to-do listmanagement and a variety of little interface improvements, includingprogrammable key mappings. There's support for multithreaded backgroundcompilation now. The Enterprise edition also, for the first time,includes support for team-based development work. You'll findversioning, code check-in and checkout, and integration with project- tracking suites like PVCS. Complaints in the developer community seemto center on Borland's compiler yielding executables that are slightlyless speedy (perhaps 5 or 10 percent slower) than the competingcompiler in Microsoft Visual C++ 6. In absolute terms, the speeddifference will hardly be noticeable in most applications. It'sprobably a worthwhile sacrifice if you prefer the Borland interface andtool set.

One of the most attractive features of the Enterprise edition is itsdatabase connectivity. This product comes with native drivers forOracle (including Oracle 8i), Sybase, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server(including SQL Server 7), IBM DB2, and InterBase databases, all ofwhich may be distributed as widely as you like under the C++Builderlicense without further royalty payments. The Enterprise edition alsoships with several specialized SQL development tools and extensivesupport for the development of multitier database applications. Forspeeding creation of such systems, this product comes with the MIDASDevelopment Kit, which includes support for database connectivity overlow-speed connections, client-side query formulation and datavalidation, and server-management operations.

The Enterprise package includes support for the Common Object RequestBrokerage Architecture (CORBA). It has facilities for generating theinterface stubs you need to share objects across processes, machines,and languages, and is a great way to integrate your Java componentswith the C++ code you write in C++Builder. You'll also want Enterprisefor internationalized projects. Its internationalization features arebetter than those of other versions of C++Builder and include supportfor simultaneous development and translation.

Borland C++Builder comes with a Companion Tools CD-ROM that contains aselection of third-party products that complement the IDE. Withcontents that include some nice interface objects and some developmentutilities (some fully functional, some meant to make you aware ofcommercial offerings), the CD-ROM is well worth perusal. This productalso ships with copies of Borland JBuilder 3 for Java development,Borland Delphi 4 for rapid creation of relatively simple Windowsapplications, and HoTMetaL Pro 5 for HTML and script development.

Overall, Borland C++Builder 5 Enterprise is one of the best C++ IDEsfor bigtime Microsoft Windows programming work. With its intelligentinterface and time-saving design rules, it's likely to reduce yourdevelopment time and give you more freedom to explore its advancedfeatures. --David Wall ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars BORLAND
Borland C++ Bulder 5 focuses on three basic needs of sofware developers; rapid application development, enterprise tools and reusable code. The comprehensive collection of components is an effective aid to rapid development. Overall,, Borland C++ Builder 5.0 is a excellent product for small developers through to major enterprises. Borland C++ Bulder has excellent support for corba and com, it is compatible with visual C++ and it has a good compile speed. I think Borland C++ Builder 5 is a good challenger to visual C++. ... Read more

64. Borland C++ Builder 6 Enterprise
list price: $2,999.00
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Asin: B00006347U
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 10569
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Borland C++ Builder 6 Enterprise delivers a rapid C++ e-business development environment with robust support for Web services. Create cross-platform-ready solutions with Borland CLX, a component library for cross-platform development. Control development and deployment of projects using Borland's open-architecture Project Manager and internal make system. Easily integrate Web services into client-side applications and enhance functionality using a minimal amount of code. Implement cross-platform-ready applications with real ANSI/ISO C++, build Web services-enabled middleware, while taking full advantage of the software's industry-standard compliance with SOAP, XML, WSDL, and XSL protocols. Plus, get a big boost in productivity from C++ Builder 6's 32-bit native code compiler. ... Read more

65. MICROSOFT VISUAL C# NET STEP BY ( 0-7356-1909-3 )

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Asin: B00008XOK3
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Sales Rank: 8477
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66. Microsoft Visual C++ .NET Standard
list price: $109.00
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Asin: B00005RV4X
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 3748
Average Customer Review: 3.31 out of 5 stars
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Visual C++ .NET is the most flexible of Microsoft's languages. The compiler primarily targets native-code Windows executables, but a switch also enables compilation to MSIL (Microsoft intermediate language). This managed code runs on the .NET Framework's common language runtime, with full access to the Framework's class library.

Developers can include both managed and unmanaged code in the same project: the compiler does the necessary internal translation automatically. This feature is particularly valuable for those with existing applications that cannot be ported all at once to the .NET platform.

The Visual C++ .NET product consists of an IDE, class libraries, compiler, and tools. The compiler in the Standard edition is nonoptimizing, so professional developers may prefer Visual Studio .NET Professional or higher. The key libraries are the MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes), which wrap the Windows API, and the ATL (Active Template Library), for efficient development of COM or ActiveX components. In addition, the bundled .NET Framework SDK has command-line compilers for Visual Basic, JScript, and Visual C#, and you can also compile C# from the IDE. Despite its managed extensions, Visual C++ .NET does not support the Windows Forms designer or the Web Forms designer, although there is a visual dialog editor for native Windows applications.

The two big changes in Visual C++ .NET, when compared to Visual C++ 6.0, are support for the .NET Framework and a brand-new IDE. There are minor updates to MFC and ATL, and the ability to do COM programming using attributes is a strong feature. The Standard C++ Library is updated in this version, with improved standards compliance for those building portable applications, although Visual C++ .NET is still not the best in this respect. On the other hand, it excels as a tool for building Windows applications and components, where its huge flexibility compensates for the lack of a visual form designer.

The Visual C++ IDE is outstanding, although you need to double the minimum system requirements for good performance, and note that it does not run on Windows 98 or Me. Online help is now fully integrated into the main workspace, wizards have been streamlined, and the XML designer will be useful even to those not working with the .NET Framework. --Tim Anderson, ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Great IDE - watch out for Standard version though
I've been using Visual Studio .NET (the full package) for a while at work, and it's been working very well. The debugger is great, the IDE is much nicer than any other I've used, and IntelliSense is very handy to have.

If you're considering buying this 'Standard version', take note of the difference between it and the version that comes with 'Professional' Visual Studio package:

VC++.NET Standard does NOT come with an optimising compiler. This is the *learning edition* - you're permitted to distribute apps you write with it, but you can't use the /Ox compiler switches to generate optimised code.

Note that you may be still able to compile (and optimise) the code you've written in the VC++.NET IDE with the free Borland C++ compiler or with GCC, as long as you're not using MFC or ATL.

5-0 out of 5 stars Answer to the Question?
Visual C++ .Net is a Upgrade of sorts to Visual C++ 6 it has added features and the .net framework If you plan to go with a book that is made for visual c++ 6 i would go with visual c++ 6 because the book is
product specific. Iwould suggest ditching the book Grabbing Visual C and getting C++ Primer a book that will teach you to program c++ and not just to use Microsoft version 6 of the IDE.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great if you just want to tinker.
Note after spending a good bit of time with this software, I felt compelled to rewrite my review.

I use Visual Studio as an editor when I write code for Linux/Unix, and also to develop native XP/2000 device drivers and windows application code.

This version is basically an upgrade of Visual C++ 6, with .NET, managed classes, and better template and ANSI standards adherence. Any problems you had with STL are resolved with this version. Note, on some code you will get some errors on code that compiled without warning under VC6, due to a stricter compiler.

Unfortunately, there are some negatives. The biggest is a rewrite of the Visual Studio IDE. The Visual Studio C++ class wizard is gone. Yes. Gone. You will have to spend time (and a large amount of it) to relearn how to add events, message handlers, and otherwise get up to speed with the VB-ish property window.

What would take me five minutes (drag and drop of an ActiveX control) ended up taking several hours of sifting through the help files.

This version is basically the academic version, with some crippled functionality. This version will not allow you to generate optimized code (/Ox switches are disabled), and some other functionality has been removed.

Also, you will want to have at least 512 MB, or it will crawl. I keep reverting back to Visual Studio C++ because of the .NET's lethargy. Luckily, unlike previous versions of Visual C++, the two versions can coexist on your system peacefully.

Further, if you intend to do any .NET development, you may be somewhat disappointed as .NET support is primarily focused on C# and VB. There are no examples for C++ using .NET assemblies, etc.

2-0 out of 5 stars Help, please
Please please help!!
I've learned c++ very well but I don't know!!
should I go with c++ .net or c++Builder??
Which one is better?????
Please help...

4-0 out of 5 stars Help with the difference...
Hello. I was planning to buy Visual C++ 6 a while back but then Microsoft came out with Visual C++.NET. I bought the book Visual C++ 6 for Dummies and that is when Microsoft switched. I was hoping that someone who has Vusyal C++.NET or someone who is knowledgable about this subject could help me out. Is Visual C++.NET just an upgraded verison of C++ 6? Would C++ 6 for Dummies still work with C++.NET? I do not know where else I could get an anwser for this. If anyone knows where I could ask my question, that would be great too. Thanks for your help. ... Read more

67. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Enterprise Suite Client/Server Upgrade
list price: $1,699.00
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Asin: B00004NHN1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 13763
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68. Visualage C++ Upgrade from C++ Set FOR AIXV3.1 or C&C++ Compiler 3.6.4
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Asin: B00004S9XU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
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69. Borland C++Builder 5.0 Standard Programming Starter Kit
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00004UGCN
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 12692
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