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Immutable strings… in Delphi?

DelphiTools – One of the “novelties” of the NextGen Delphi compiler is immutable strings, which I find quite puzzling, for lack of a better word, given that Delphi already had reference-counted copy-on-write strings, and the NextGen compiler uses reference-counted strings. I always considered that Delphi’s String type was one of its remaining strong points, being a high-level abstraction (higher than Java’s or .Net’s String/StringBuilder dichotomy) with excellent low-level performance (on par with C/C++  character arrays). From the recent discussions, it appears many ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Eric @ 2013-05-13 08:54

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