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   ► KBProgrammingDelphi PrismTool Basics   Print This     
  From the October 2015 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Prism Tool Basics:
Delphi Syntax vs Prism Syntax
 
Posted 12 years ago on 12/12/2008 and updated 2/15/2009
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 A FAQ from our Prism FAQ Page

KB101643

Question:

How close is the syntax for Delphi for Win32 and Delphi Prism?


Answer:

Pretty close. You will definately be comfortable but there are differences. Delphi Prism includes a "compatibility" switch you can use that will enable certain "Delphi for Win32" language features so you can increase your comfort level. This option can be set on a per-project basis as part of the project options tab.

Although I'm just getting started, I will be documenting differences in my Delphi and Prism Cross Reference Guide. This guide will help when you switch from one language to the other.


Project Compatability Tab

In the Solutions Explorer, right click on the project, select Properties, then select the Compatability tab.

Prism code snippet.


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