Borland C++ 5.0 ObjectScripting Programmer's Guide

Category: System
Year: 1997
Description:With ObjectScripting, you can customize the Borland C++ IDE programatically using built-in classes and a scripting language called cScript, a language much like C++. cScript supports classes, late binding, objectspecific method overriding, and dynamic variable typing. Using cScript requires C++ or other object-oriented language experience. Through an object called IDEApplication, which is instantiated when Borland C++ first starts up, you can access most parts of the IDE, including the Editor, the debugger, the keyboard, and the Project Manager. You can customize them to suit you, as well as add your own new features.
Manufacturer: Borland Inc.
Localization: EN
OS: Windows 9x/ME

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