Delphi 2009 and 2010 introduced significant changes to the basic string classes in order to support Unicode. Even if you never plan on supporting multiple languages in your applications, these changes have important implications for how you work with strings, especially in those applications originally created using an older version of Delphi.
Now, Cary Jensen has worked with more than 20 Delphi developers around the world – including noted authors, leading third-party vendors, and front line developers – to learn how they approached their Unicode conversions, what challenges they faced, and what solutions they employed.
In this presentation, Cary gives you:
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More About Cary:
Cary Jensen is the bestselling author of more than 20 books on software development and winner of the 2002 and 2003 Delphi Informant Reader's Choice Award for Best Training. A frequent speaker at conferences, workshops, and seminars throughout much of the world, he is widely regarded for his self-effacing humor and practical approaches to complex issues. Cary has a Ph.D. from Rice University in Human Factors Psychology, specializing in human-computer interaction.