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Embarcadero Delphi - Versions
... Borland Delphi Delphi (later known as Delphi 1) was released in 1995 for the 16-bit Windows 3.1, and was an early example of what came to be known as Rapid Application Development (RAD) tools ... Delphi evolved from Borland's "Turbo Pascal for Windows", itself an evolution with Windows support from Borland's Turbo Pascal and Borland Pascal, very fast 16-bit native-code MS-DOS ... Borland Delphi 2 Delphi 2, released in 1996, supported 32-bit Windows environments ...

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