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Com/edelphi 48 Exploring a Compiled Program Delphi provides a number of tools you can use to explore a compiled program, including the debugger and the Object Browser. The Integrated Debugger Delphi has an integrated debugger with a huge number of features. However, Borland also sells a more powerful stand-alone debugger, called Turbo Debugger. For nearly all of your debugging tasks, the integrated debugger works well enough, particularly if you activate the CPU view window. The stand-alone Turbo Debugger might be useful in a few special cases.
By having the Object Inspector visible you can immediately see the names of the design-time properties of the components. There are a number of environment options that affect the editor, mostly located in the Editor Options, Editor Display, and Editor Colors pages of the Environment Options dialog box. In the Preferences page, you can set the editor’s Autosave feature. Saving the source code files each time you run the program can save the day when your program happens to crash the whole system (something not so rare as you might think).
When Delphi compiles a project, it compiles only the files that have changed. If you select Compile | Build All, instead, every file is compiled, even if it has not changed. This second command is seldom used, since Delphi can usually determine which files have changed and compile them as required. The only exception is when you change some project options. In this case you have to use the Build All command to put the new options into effect. The project lists the source code files that are part of it, and any related forms.