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I am interested in creating a commercial application where performance is of the utmost. Having developed in Java for a while, I realize its limitations in that arena. However, this application will have to initially run on both a Windows and Linux platform with possible ports to other OS's in the future.

If anyone could suggest a development platform that provides a robust threading model, collection classes, sockets and database connectivity, is fast and will be supported in the future, I would greatly appreciate your input.

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Take a look at Borland's Delphi, Kylix, and C++Builder solutions. With Delphi and Kylix, you can build your application for Windows using Delphi and for Linux using Kylix from THE SAME SOURCE CODE. I would also recommend using ADS as the database backend. When you stick with the included CLX library and use ADS for data storage, you have an application that is easy to create and maintain.

C++Builder is just like Delpi/Kylix but is C++ based (very close to Java). Delphi and Kylix are Object PASCAL based.

Good luck, Mike Prestwood

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