C++ Builder Programming
C++ is a computer programming language used to create applications for various platforms.
Embarcadero C++Builder is a programming environment that uses C++ to help with the creation, distribution (deployment), and maintenance of various types of computer applications.
C++Builder offers a practical and easy means of creating computer applications. It uses the C++ computer language as its core syntax and programming logic, adhering to ANSI standards with a lot of improvements on customized items of existing libraries. There are various ways you can launch the program. The most common way consists of clicking.
To create a shortcut on the desktop, in Microsoft Windows higher than Win95, you can click Start -> (All) Programs -> Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010, and right-click C++Builder 2010. You can click Pin To Start Menu to permanently add it to the Start Menu in the same group with Internet Explorer. You can click Send To -> Desktop (Create Shortcut), which would create a C++Builder shortcut on the desktop.
To start C++Builder, click Start -> (All) Programs -> Embarcadero RAD Studio 2010 -> C++Builder 2010
To create a computer application in C++Builder, you start with a project. A project is a collection of files that, when put together, represent an object that can be executed on various computers (including those that don't have C++Builder). There are different types of applications you can create and thus different ways to start a project.
To create a Windows application, on the main menu, you would click File -> New -> VCL Forms Application - C++Builder:
A program would not mean much unless it accomplishes the desired purpose. To examine how your development is proceeding, you should regularly ask C++Builder to show you the result.
There are three ways you can execute a program in C++Builder. To execute a program:
Remember that you can do almost anything without, or before, saving a project. This means that you can execute a project even if it has not been saved already.