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Delphi Cheat Sheets

  • Delphi Fast Reference Card -- This two-page cheat sheet lists variable types, unit structure, special constraints, enumeration, array types, looping and more.
  • Delphi Technical Reference Card -- This technical reference card gets into the nitty gritty of Delphi. Includes string manipulation, date and time formats, numerical variables and mathematical expressions, among much more.
  • Delphi Data Sheet -- This data sheet from Embarcado provides an introduction to Delphi.
  • Delphi Key Features and Benefits -- Also from Embarcado, this PDF describes the Delphi's main features and highlights of the language.
  • Delphi FAQ -- In this document, Embarcado answers frequently asked questions about Delphi.

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This was last updated in July 2010
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