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Posted 14 Jun 2000

Getting started with Borland C++ 5.5

, 4 Aug 2001
In mid-February 2000 the people responsible for Borland's C++ products made the core of their product line available as a free download.
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Leon Matthews
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Leon lives in Auckland, New Zealand - a city built amongst a dozen or so (hopefully) extinct volcanos. He ekes out a living there with contract work, and spends all his time thinking deeply about something or other. Despite good intentions, he is frequently late, and often gets in trouble for forgetting social appointments.

C++ is his favourite (computer) language, though recently he has spent most of his time writing web apps using PHP and PostgreSQL under Apache. He is very interested in improving MIQ - Machine intelligence, and playing with data compression...

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