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    See for new versions of the Vectors library. Other information now is in Russian only.




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This is a DEMO version of TMultiLang component, which allows to create Delphi 3 applications that support several user-interface languages. All properties of types String, TStrings and TStringList for all Delphi components are supported.
Price of commercial version without source code (25.03.98): $75 (VAT not included). Price of commercial version with sources: $350 (VAT not included). If you want to purchase the commercial version or you have any questions, please e-mail me.
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Author:Alexey A.Chernobaev   [Homepage]   [DSP files]

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Vectors is a class library for Object Pascal (Delphi 1, 3-5 and Free Pascal v.1.0 and higher), which implements vectors (dynamically sized arrays) based on different Object Pascal's simple types, including all integer and real types, booleans, pointers and strings. These vectors resemble TList class type from Delphi VCL, but in addition to the common operations like insert and delete they offer wide range of operations depending on type of vector elements - sorting, searching, arithmetic vector operations for number-type vectors, logical operations for boolean vectors and so on. The library also implements a range of derivative and additional classes - sparse vectors, matrixes, queues, stacks, dictionaries, streams.
Added: 25-04-2000/4-11-2001   |  Version: 010927   |  Downloads: 4814/4813/8
Author:Alexey A.Chernobaev   [Homepage]   [DSP files]


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