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How to Convert Delphi Code to C++ with Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0




Delphi is a popular programming language that allows you to create fast and powerful Windows applications. However, sometimes you may need to migrate your Delphi code to C++ for various reasons, such as portability, performance, or compatibility with other tools and libraries. How can you do that without spending too much time and effort?




Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0


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The answer is Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0, a tool that can automatically convert your Delphi code to C++ code with high accuracy and quality. Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 is based on a complete parser for Delphi 7 and uses the type information of the VCL and other included units to produce optimal translation results. You don't have to prepare your source code or define conditional compilation options, as Delphi2Cpp will preprocess and translate your code on the fly.


Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 can generate code for any C++ compiler, but it is especially suitable for C++Builder, which supports many of the Delphi language extensions. However, you can also choose to produce standard C++ code without Delphi properties, which can be compiled with Visual C++, gcc, or any other compiler.


In this article, we will show you how to use Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 to convert your Delphi code to C++ code in a few simple steps.


Step 1: Download and install Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0




You can download a demo version of Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 from here. The demo version has no time limit, but it will only convert the first 10 lines of each unit and will insert some comments in the output code.


If you want to use the full version of Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0, you can purchase it from here. The full version has no limitations and comes with a user manual and a support service.


After downloading the setup file, run it and follow the instructions to install Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 on your computer.


Step 2: Select the source files and the target directory




Launch Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 and click on the "Open" button to select the source files that you want to convert. You can select multiple files or folders at once, or drag and drop them from Windows Explorer.


Then click on the "Save as" button to select the target directory where you want to save the converted files. You can also choose whether to overwrite existing files or not.


Step 3: Choose the conversion options




Click on the "Options" button to open the options dialog, where you can customize various aspects of the conversion process.


The most important option is the "Target compiler", which determines what kind of C++ code will be generated by Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0. You can choose between:


  • C++Builder: This option will produce C++ code that is compatible with C++Builder and supports many of the Delphi language features, such as properties, dynamic arrays, variants, interfaces, etc.



  • Standard C++: This option will produce standard C++ code that does not use any Delphi-specific extensions, but only standard C++ features, such as classes, templates, STL containers, etc.



  • Other: This option will allow you to specify your own compiler name and command line options for compiling the generated C++ code.



You can also adjust other options, such as:


  • Include paths: You can specify additional directories where Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 will look for include files that are referenced by your source code.



  • Defines: You can define or undefine symbols for conditional compilation in your source code.



  • Output format: You can choose whether to use tabs or spaces for indentation, whether to insert line breaks or not, whether to use ANSI or Unicode encoding, etc.



  • Error handling: You can choose how to handle errors that may occur during the conversion process, such as syntax errors, unknown identifiers, unsupported features, etc.



After setting the options according to your preferences, click on "OK" to close the dialog.


Step 4: Start the conversion process




Click on the "Convert" button to start the conversion process. Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 will scan your source files and display the progress and status of the conversion in the log window. You can pause or cancel the conversion at any time by clicking on the "Pause" or "Cancel" buttons.


When the conversion is finished, you will see a message indicating how many files were converted successfully and how many errors or warnings were encountered. You can also view the details of each file by clicking on it in the list.


The converted files will be saved in the target directory with the same names as the original files, but with a .cpp or .h extension depending on the file type. You can open them with any text editor or IDE and inspect the generated C++ code.


Step 5: Compile and test the converted code




The final step is to compile and test the converted code with your chosen C++ compiler. Depending on the target compiler option that you selected, you may need to adjust some settings or include some libraries to make the code compile and run correctly.


For example, if you chose C++Builder as the target compiler, you can use C++Builder's IDE to create a new project and add the converted files to it. You may also need to add some VCL units or components to your project, such as Forms, Controls, Classes, SysUtils, etc.


If you chose Standard C++ as the target compiler, you may need to use a different IDE or command line tool to compile your code. You may also need to include some standard C++ libraries or headers, such as iostream, string, vector, etc.


If you chose Other as the target compiler, you may need to specify your own compiler name and options to compile your code. You may also need to include some custom libraries or headers that are compatible with your compiler.


After compiling your code, you can run and test it to see if it works as expected. You may encounter some runtime errors or bugs that were not detected during the conversion process. In that case, you can use a debugger or a log file to locate and fix them.


Conclusion




Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can help you convert your Delphi code to C++ code in a matter of minutes. It can handle complex and large-scale projects with high accuracy and quality. It can also generate code for any C++ compiler, giving you the flexibility and freedom to choose the best option for your needs.


If you are looking for a way to migrate your Delphi code to C++ or to create cross-platform applications with C++, then Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 is the solution for you. You can download a demo version or buy the full version from the links below and start converting your code today.


Thank you for reading this article and we hope you found it useful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact us or leave a comment below.


This is the end of the article. We hope you enjoyed learning about Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 and how it can help you convert your Delphi code to C++ code. If you want to learn more about Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 or download it, please visit the official website at https://www.texttransformer.com/D2C_en.html.


Benefits of using Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0




By using Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0, you can enjoy many benefits that will make your development process easier and faster. Some of these benefits are:


  • Time and cost savings: You can save a lot of time and money by converting your existing Delphi code to C++ code instead of rewriting it from scratch. You can also avoid hiring additional developers or learning a new language.



  • Quality and accuracy: You can rely on Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 to produce high-quality and accurate C++ code that preserves the functionality and logic of your original Delphi code. You can also minimize the risk of errors or bugs that may occur during manual conversion.



  • Flexibility and compatibility: You can choose the best C++ compiler for your needs and target platform, whether it is C++Builder, Visual C++, gcc, or any other compiler. You can also use standard C++ features or Delphi-specific extensions depending on your preferences.



  • Portability and performance: You can create cross-platform applications that can run on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, or any other operating system that supports C++. You can also optimize your code for speed, memory, or efficiency by using C++ features or libraries.



Examples of using Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0




To give you a better idea of how Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 works and what kind of C++ code it generates, here are some examples of Delphi code and their corresponding C++ code after conversion.


Example 1: A simple hello world program




This is a simple hello world program written in Delphi:


program HelloWorld;


begin


WriteLn('Hello, world!');


end.


This is the same program converted to C++ by Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 with the C++Builder option:


#include


int main()


cout << "Hello, world!" << endl;


return 0;


This is the same program converted to C++ by Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 with the Standard C++ option:


#include


int main()


std::cout << "Hello, world!" << std::endl;


return 0;


Example 2: A simple calculator program




This is a simple calculator program written in Delphi:


program Calculator;


uses


SysUtils;


var


a, b: Integer;


op: Char;


begin


Write('Enter first number: ');


ReadLn(a);


Write('Enter operator (+, -, *, /): ');


ReadLn(op);


Write('Enter second number: ');


ReadLn(b);


case op of


'+': WriteLn('Result: ', a + b);


'-': WriteLn('Result: ', a - b);


'*': WriteLn('Result: ', a * b);


'/': if b 0 then


WriteLn('Result: ', a / b)


else


WriteLn('Error: division by zero');


else WriteLn('Error: invalid operator');


end;


end.


This is the same program converted to C++ by Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 with the C++Builder option:


#include


int main()


int a, b;


char op;


cout << "Enter first number: ";


cin >> a;


cout << "Enter operator (+, -, *, /): ";


cin >> op;


cout << "Enter second number: ";


cin >> b;


switch (op)


case '+': cout << "Result: " << a + b << endl; break;


case '-': cout << "Result: " << a - b << endl; break;


case '*': cout << "Result: " << a * b << endl; break;


case '/': if (b != 0)


cout << "Result: " << (double)a / b << endl;


else


cout << "Error: division by zero" << endl; break;


default: cout << "Error: invalid operator" << endl; break;



return 0;


This is the same program converted to C++ by Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 with the Standard C++ option:


#include


int main()


int a, b;


char op;


std::cout << "Enter first number: ";


std::cin >> a;


std::cout << "Enter operator (+, -, *, /): ";


std::cin >> op;


std::cout << "Enter second number: ";


std::cin >> b;


switch (op)


case '+': std::cout << "Result: " << a + b << std::endl; break;


case '-': std::cout << "Result: " << a - b << std::endl; break;


case '*': std::cout << "Result: " << a * b << std::endl; break;


case '/': if (b != 0)


std::cout << "Result: " << (double)a / b << std::endl;


else


std::cout << "Error: division by zero" << std::endl; break;


default: std::cout << "Error: invalid operator" << std::endl; break;



return 0;


Conclusion




Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that can help you convert your Delphi code to C++ code in a matter of minutes. It can handle complex and large-scale projects with high accuracy and quality. It can also generate code for any C++ compiler, giving you the flexibility and freedom to choose the best option for your needs.


If you are looking for a way to migrate your Delphi code to C++ or to create cross-platform applications with C++, then Delphi2Cpp Professional v1.7.0 is the solution for you. You can download a demo version or buy the full version from the links below and start converting your code today.


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