Pricing / entry cost for this tool
frny4x at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 27 06:34:17 CST 2005
No, I wasn't thinking of MS. It was Borland. I Have Learning Editions of theirs.
Mark Wieder <mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote: Frank-
Saturday, November 26, 2005, 7:13:30 PM, you wrote:
> I wasn't referring to the free and old C++ available. Recently,
> they had Learning Editions of All their current development tools -
> Delphi, C++, Kylix, Java.
Well, let's see...
C++ Builder *30-day trial* version 6 is dated March 2002
The Kylix *trial* versions are dated from mid-2002 (version 3)
The JBuilder versions are current but only run for 30 days
Delphi Personal is not downloadable but is "available through select
publications", as is Borland C++ Builder Personal.
...or you can purchase Delphi starting at $1090 on up to $3490.
C++ Builder lists for $927 (pro) and $2117 (enterprise)
Entry level JBuilder is $499
Maybe you were thinking of Microsoft? They offered a "Learning
Edition" of VB at the student pricing of $50. Then end-of-lifed the
Mind you, I like Borland's compilers. But the Turbo Pascal days, or
even the Turbo C days, are behind them now.
mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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