Delphi (Delphi, pronounced / dɛl ˌ fi :/ [1]) - an imperative, structured, object-oriented programming language, a dialect of Object Pascal. Beginning with the development environment Delphi 7.0, Borland in official documents began to use the name to refer to the language Delphi Object Pascal. Since 2007 is the language Delphi (derived from Object Pascal) began to live an independent life and underwent various changes associated with modern trends (for example, with the development of the platform. NET) development of programming languages​​: there were class helpers, operator overloading, and more.