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Hide the utter "Create" constructor of TObject in Delphi

Yanniel's notes – In Delphi, constructors can be inherited; this doesn’t happen in Java, C# and C++ for example. Furthermore, constructors in Delphi can have multiple and different names; usually they are called Create, but this is just a convention, since you can define a constructor with whatever name you choose.In addition to all this, all classes in Delphi inherit ultimately from TObject, which contains a public parameterless constructor, named Create.Due to the facts above, it‘s easy to understand that all classes in Delphi have a public Create parameterless constructor, that has been inherited from ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Yanniel @ 2011-08-16 00:45

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