A CDE Definition
A development environment for Windows from Borland that is based on the Borland C++ compiler. Introduced in 1997, it provides more rapid GUI and database development than Borland C++ and also supports the building of COM and CORBA objects. Its IDE and Visual Component Library (VCL) application framework is shared with Borland's Delphi product. See Borland C++.
An earlier ANSI C and C++ compiler from Borland for DOS and Windows applications. It was Turbo C-compatible and its debugger supported Windows programs written in Microsoft C. It included application frameworks for Windows (ObjectWindows) and DOS (Turbo Vision). Borland C++ for OS/2 was also available. Borland C++ was superseded by C++Builder in 1997. See C++Builder.
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