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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Delphi .Net vs C# vs VB.Net

    After Delphi8 came out, actually this is a product which try to used back teh Delphi syntax (20%) to write the .Net application.

    As a developer, which choice is the best one????

    Because my idea is we need to re-learn also teh Delphi8 for .Net, what we direct go for C#

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    I don't think we need to learn a lot of new things in Delphi8.NET compared to VB.net. In VB.net, it's like learning a new languange man.

    Am I right?

  3. #3
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    Talking

    Originally posted by zulazriputra
    I don't think we need to learn a lot of new things in Delphi8.NET compared to VB.net. In VB.net, it's like learning a new languange man.

    Am I right?
    But from my go through, i found out that for Delphi.Net for windows and VCL application is ok, but for web application i think i a big different

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    The only reason I use Delphi (currently using Delphi 6 Enterprise) for some projects over VB.NET is when I need a compiled executable that can run on its own (no install, no registry entries, no .dll's, no .net framework).

    These projects are usually external programs which I write so our clients can do things with the data we generate for them.

    Internally, we are standardized on the .net framework, so I can write apps in vb.net that I know will run on every workstation in the company.

    I found vb.net a lot easier to learn, and easier to use, than I did Delphi.

    So the question for me becomes: Does Delphi8.NET compile the .net framework, or the parts of it my app uses, directly into the .exe? If not, I will not be asking that we buy it. I'll stick with Delphi 6 for external projects and vb.net for internal projects.

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