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Rudy’s Delphi Corner – Pitfalls of converting, on converting from C/C++ to Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/09/02

If ever in need to translate C/C++ headers or code to Delphi, this refernece by Rudy Velthuis – a dentist with a strong interest in programming – is the best I could find: Rudy’s Delphi Corner – Pitfalls of converting.

It is written in a pretty version agnostic way, and covers the vast majority of conversion topics.

And it has been updated over time numerous times.


10 Responses to “Rudy’s Delphi Corner – Pitfalls of converting, on converting from C/C++ to Delphi”

  1. rvelthuis said

    The domain was indeed grabbed by a domain grabber. Something went terribly wrong between me and my former ISP, and I was on vacation when that happened. Oh well, I may try to get it back, but of course not for 10,000 Euro. After my second offer, he already went down to 8600 Euro.

  2. Joseph G. Mitzen said

    a dentist with a strong interest in programming

    That’s much less frightening than the reverse….

  3. I lost the site due to problems when I switched my provider. The new owner wants more than 10,000 Euro for it (incl VAT). I offered 60 Euro.

    Until I get it back (if ever), my site is parked on, so that article is on

  4. thaddy said

    Yup, I can buy it too. Maybe I should ;) Rudy has produced loads of useful stuff over the years.

  5. “Diese Domain kaufen” ???

  6. uligerhardt said

    The site seems to be owned by a domain grabber now???

  7. jandoggen said

    That domein is dead

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