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of the URL is "Turbo Pascal links", but
you will find all about Pascal and Delphi on any
you can use this
me your URL if you have articles, source code, components
or whatever which can be useful for the community.
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Choose ONE chapter where you would like to find your link.
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that Pascal were a language for
learning purposes only.
If you omit "only",
this is correct.
was made by Prof. Wirth as an EASY TO
USE upgrade of ALGOL, the first really structured language. ALGOL was formerly
made by egg-head mathematicians (Proff. Backus, Naur, Glenshaw, Miller,
Woodger) as a standardized language for the description of algorithms.
Later they found out that it was easy to make a compiler to translate the
algorithms into a machine code. Pascal is a bit more "computer aware" than
ALGOL was, but it still has all the benefits: the self explaining
syntax, nested procedures, stringent type checking etc.
But it is primary suited to describe a particular job, as opposed to languages, which are well suited to force a CPU to do some computations.
|Pascal is somewhat more Latin, European, than the main competitive language "C", which is more in-shirt-sleeves, say American.|| XQseme! :-)
Owen's Top Ten (humorous comparison: Pascal vs. C)
|Object Pascal beats
C++ | Owen's Top
Pascal Central (Bill Catambay)
German: Echte Programmierer meiden Pascal
Nicolaus Wirth, the creator of Pascal was asked how to pronounce his name. "You can either call me by name, pronouncing it 'Veert', or call me by value, 'worth'", he answered..
|opposed ....||Why Pascal
is Not My Favorite Programming Language
by Brian W. Kernighan, April 2, 1981 (at Scott Moore's URL)
Página Personal de Paco García (es)
Turbo Vision For TMT Pascal
Graphical interface (for TP 7.0) MOS shareware (France) New URL
GUI by Arsene v. Wyss (ch)
Mailinglist informationWhy TP-programmers should consider Turbo Vision
functional demo version
|look also in chapter compilers|
| The GNU
Pascal Compiler page (alias GPC) FTP
Free Pascal Compiler for DOS, Windows, Linux, OS/2, BSD,
Amiga, Atari, Palm, ... with object oriented extensions like Delphi. Klaus Hartnegg
Frank Heckenbachs Pascal pages
Some info about the ? GNU compiler
RHIDERH-IDE for DJGPP, mainly GNU
The Free Compilers List
The ! Pascal-S compiler
The P4 Pascal Compiler source
MEGIDO - the RAD to the future >>Delphi for Linux&<<
Lazarus - Pascal and Basic Linux RAD IDE (annother >>Delphi for Linux<<) URL changed
|FPC-Unit for IPC (=Inter Process Communication)
with message queues, semaphores and shared memory. ! ipc_pp.zip(7kB)
|Modula 3 mainly Linux|
A Practical Guide to Linux by Mark G. Sobell (Price:$40)
Daily Linux News in German
This is a freeware job, sorry. It should be of general use for the whole Newsgroups community.
Delphi-32 source (partial) and working program for free download here:
|Petition against the treatment received by Jon Johansen|
WINDOWS PROGRAMMING see also at Delphi
Why won't OS/2 run
programs? It's strange
that no-one ever asks
why Windows 95 won't
run OS/2 programs..."
for free download
including F1 help
WINSOCK also look at Network
WWW PASCAL PAGES all subjects / links which did not fit in other chapters
Coder's knowledge Base CKB, sources DOS, Windows, compression...
Paradice Software(NZ) LXVesa, LXMouse, LXArray, LXTimer, LXDebug
ConstractersPascal resources Tutorials, Libs, I/O, serialport...
Home page di THOR, Pascal + Delphi (It)
List of Pascal related URL's on LinkExchange
List of Delphi related URL's on LinkExchange
Leonid Mamtchenkov's Pascal page with sources
Acheron's Pascal page with games, graph and other sources
TEEN 2's Pascal page graph, sound, tutor, Adriaan Swanepoel
Jos Dickmanns Pascal page (NL) tutors, sources...The Dutch Turbo Pascal Pages for DOS Programmers
LUXENT Apollo dBase tool for Delphi
Gaby&Pipi's Pascal site (ar)
Turbo Pascal With Jack Neely, saved Jeroen Prins' site
Computer Club Locht (nl)
Turbo Pascal Learning Club ((Kim) Wong Hoi Ko, hk)
Página Personal de Paco García (es)
Mozilla Open Directory Project, Pascal related links
Randy Beck, Database routines for TV +Paradox related issues
Cyril BAZIN.SITE SUR LE PASCAL ET LE C
ANSI-ISO STANDARD PASCAL INFORMATION PAGE Scott A. Moore
A French Pascal site with poor html
Stefan Röhrichs Pascal+Delphi bookmarks (links) (de)
Günter Klaming (at), hardware-near Pascal programming
PGG, de Nederlandse Pascal Gebruikers Groep
Getting Started with Think Pascal Apple (obsolete?)
Jeff Patterson's (Tytarg) Turbo Pascal (XDIR/XF.PAS/JPCOMM/TCPIP) page
ASY/VBE VESA 1.2 and VBE 2.0+ for TP7 real mode
Beat Schwarzentrub ch,
A tutto Turbopascal, by Fabio Manzo (it)
The Pascal Nettoyeur reformatting tool (BP7+Delphi3), Denis Fourré (fr)
(de) Programming-Do-It-Yourself some Pascal progs and FAQ
PRUSSG Pascal Projekt, Schlechte (de), various units
Nerdworld media, Pascal, various
Vadim Bodrov's World, graphics, game development
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Founder of Digital Research Corp.
I can offer you, the Pascal and Delphi programmers community, is a collection
of sources and hints. There is no ready made solution for immediate use
in a particular application. You, the user, are responsible for the proper
usage of the code examples.
It is obvious that you can get problems with the many trees in the wood, but this site is a Pascal site, not dedicated to a particular application field. I do not ignore a link, article, NG-mail due to its poor quality, except extremely poor. Because I learned a lot many years ago even from poor sources.
I do a lot of work to keep the site up to date, and I am happy about all your contributions, hints, critics and updates.