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XE3 RTL Changes: A closer look at TStringHelper For those adventurous types who like to get down and dirty spelunking in the RTL source, you have undoubtedly noticed that there have been quite a few changes made to the runtime code. If you aren't the type to immediately diff the latest source code to the last release to see all the new "goodies", I'll try to provide a quick highlight of some of the more significant changes you might find. One of the most notable changes in the RTL is the addition of record helpers for simple types. Rodrigo...

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New "TOSVersion" type in Delphi XE2 Delphi XE2 is probably the most significant release since Delphi 1.  The number of new features is amazing and probably the biggest, most important one is FireMonkey - a brand new business application development platform that let you use Delphi or C++ to write applications that natively run on Windows and Mac OS. If you are writing an application that is designed to run on Windows and Mac it can be very useful to be able to programmatically check what operation system the application is runn...
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