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eBook Tomes of Delphi: Win 32 Database Developer's Guide [With CD] ePub

by Warren Rachele

  • ISBN: 1556228171
  • Category: Programming Languages
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Warren Rachele
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wordware Publishing Inc.,U.S.; 2nd edition (July 2001)
  • Pages: 450
  • ePub book: 1976 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1258 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 185

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I have spent a lot of time studying this book. It has a lot of valuable information, especially for a programming student who does not have much database experience. The early chapters are the best. Unfortunately, it has a few glaring errors and omissions. The book has graphics that are labeled wrong. It refers to files on the accompanying CD that do not exist. I couldn't find an errata page on the Internet for the book.

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It refers to files on the accompanying CD that do not exist I had no database background. This book got me started with database theory, and database practice with Delphi

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I had no database background. This book got me started with database theory, and database practice with Delphi. I must admit if I was a Delphi database expert and bought this book I would probably be dissapointed.

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Another title in the successful Wordware Tomes series targeted for advanced Delphi programmers and developers that provides state-of-the-art coverage of Delphi as a database development tool. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This book is probably not for the advanced Delphi programmer as it states, but I found it useful. I come from an engineering background. Most of my prior programs are number crunching Fortran programs. I've switched to Delphi to do Windows programming.

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Comments

Unde Unde
If you do not know database, or you need a very slow introduction to both databases and how to use them in Delphi, this may be the book for you. The book touts itself as Advanced on its back cover level rating. I don't know what marketing manager came up with Advanced, but this book is not even Intermediate -- it is Introductory. Do you know relational databse design? Well, the table of contents divides this book into three parts, and Part One is relational database design. If you already know the basics, this is just a rehash of everything you already know. None of the examples in parts two and three could be called Advanced -- they are Introductory. This is a book for beginners. The only thing that might be a redeeming quality of this book is that the Appendix has an exhaustive list of BDE API calls, but if you don't need this text (sans examples, etc.), this book won't do you any good. I was very disappointed. CONCLUSION: LOOK ELSEWHERE.
Dawncrusher Dawncrusher
Contrary to the opinions of most of the other people who have written reviews on this book, I thought it was great. I have been developing applications in C++Builder for about a year or so (and in Delphi for a few years before that), but never had to do anything too complicated with databases. I especially found Part II of the book extremely valueable and easy to understand.
Even though this is a Delphi book it was invaluable to me in completing a C++Builder database application that I was required to write.
In my opinion, if you aren't advanced enough to know how to do database programming in Delphi (or C++Builder), but would like to be, this book is for you. If you are already an accomplished database programmer, then you probably wouldn't look for a book like this in the first place.
Angana Angana
I have spent a lot of time studying this book. The early chapters are the best. The book needs work. It has a lot of valuable information, especially for a programming student who does not have much database experience. Unfortunately, it has a few glaring errors and omissions. The book has graphics that are labeled wrong. It refers to files on the accompanying CD that do not exist. I couldn't find an errata page on the Internet for the book. If the book were taken through a very serious editing process and re-published as a second edition, I might buy the new version.
However, the quality of the writing, the overall poor quality of the binding, and the annoyances of being mis-directed make this book a poor comparison to "Delphi 4 Unleashed" and the Tomes of Delphi "Algorithms and Data Structures." Buy this book, only if you gave up trying to read database chapters in the Delphi 4 Unleashed. Also, be prepared to make a few mental jumps when you try to follow the projects.
Windworker Windworker
This book is probably not for the advanced Delphi programmer as it states, but I found it useful.
I come from an engineering background. Most of my prior programs are number crunching Fortran programs. I've switched to Delphi to do Windows programming. I had no database background.
This book got me started with database theory, and database practice with Delphi. I must admit if I was a Delphi database expert and bought this book I would probably be dissapointed. But it fit my needs with good discussion and examples for my level of database experience.
Vuzahn Vuzahn
This book vastly disappointed me. When I ordered it, no reader's comments where available and I pin my hopes only on its appearance in beautiful "The Tomes of Delphi" series and it's "advanced" level. This misleads me. I am not sure that the book can be recommended even for beginners. Maybe it is good as some introduction to database programming giving general effect, useless for practical programming. It does not contain interesting examples and comments. Integrated Delphi help-system gives to user much more information than can be found in this book.
Thabel Thabel
There is nothing I get from read this book