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. Anatomy of a C Header

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2. Conversion Basics

2.1. Naming

The naming in converted header files should follow Borland's style as far as possible. This means, keep the original names, but make them more Delphi-like.

How should the C names be translated into Delphi?

The C-programmer usually uses upper case letters for type identifiers, e.g. MY_TYPE. In Delphi, a type identifier has a T-prefix followed by the name of the type in mixed (proper) case. Underscores are not used. The Delphi-like translation of the C type identifier MY_TYPE is TMyType.

In C older header files the pointer-type is named LPMY_TYPE. In translation to Delphi it should be PMyType to conform with Borland's style.

Constants are usually named identically to the original name, including upper case letters and underscores.

A few examples:

C Delphi-Translation

typedef struct _IMAGE_FILE_HEADER {
  WORD Machine;
  WORD NumberOfSections;
  DWORD TimeDateStamp;
  DWORD PointerToSymbolTable;
  DWORD NumberOfSymbols;
  WORD SizeOfOptionalHeader;
  WORD Characteristics;
  PImageFileHeader = ^TImageFileHeader;
  TImageFileHeader = packed record
    Machine: Word;
    NumberOfSections: Word;
    TimeDateStamp: DWORD;
    PointerToSymbolTable: DWORD;
    NumberOfSymbols: DWORD;
    SizeOfOptionalHeader: Word;
    Characteristics: Word;

#define LANG_NEUTRAL 0x00
#define LANG_AFRIKAANS 0x36
#define LANG_ALBANIAN 0x1C

#define LANG_ARABIC 0x01
#define LANG_BASQUE 0x2D
#define LANG_BELARUSIAN 0x23
#define LANG_BULGARIAN 0x02
#define LANG_CATALAN 0x03
#define LANG_CHINESE 0x04
  LANG_ARABIC = $01;
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