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Pascal manuals. Programming languages.

Definition of Pascal

Pronounced pass-kal. A high-level programming language developed by Niklaus Wirth in the late 1960s. The language is named after Blaise Pascal, a seventeenth-century French mathematician who constructed one of the first mechanical adding machines.
Pascal is best known for its affinity to structured programming techniques. The nature of the language forces programmers to design programs methodically and carefully. For this reason, it is a popular teaching language.

Despite its success in academia, Pascal has had only modest success in the business world. Part of the resistance to Pascal by professional programmers stems from its inflexibility and lack of tools for developing large applications.

To address some of these criticisms, Wirth designed a new language called Modula-2. Modula-2 is similar to Pascal in many respects, but it contains additional features.
 

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Free Pascal list of manuals
 
List of manuals of Pascal.  

The Pascal Language Page
 
The Pascal programming language was originally developed by Niklaus Wirth, a member of the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 2.1.  

Free Pascal Programmer's Guide
 
Free Pascal
Programmer’s Guide
Programmer’s Guide for Free Pascal, Version 2.6.2
Document version 2.6
February 2013. Michaël Van Canney
 
 

Pascal Reference Tutorials
 
Reference guide for Free Pascal, version 2.6.2
Document version 2.6
February 2013
Michaël Van Canneyt
 
 
Pascal Programming 2.2 Getting Started: A brief introduction to what you need to program in Pascal
 
 
Introduction to Pascal Introduction
PASCAL is a programming language named after the 17th century mathematician Blaise Pascal. The Pascal language provides a teaching language that highlights concepts common to all computer languages standardizes the language in such a way that it makes programs easy to write  Strict rules make it difficult for the programmer to write bad code! A program is a sequence of instructions which inform a computer of a required task.

Basic format of every Pascal program
 
 
Learn Pascal Welcome to Learn Pascal! This tutorial is a simple, yet complete, introduction to the Pascal programming language. It covers all of the syntax of standard Pascal, including pointers.

If you're in a rush to get started, or if you're searching for information on a specific feature of Pascal, you can go directly to the Table of Contents to select any lesson in the tutorial.

I have tried to make things are clear as possible. If you don't understand anything, try it in your Pascal compiler and tweak things a bit. Pascal is a syntactically-strict language. This means that if you make a mistake, the compiler will stop and inform you of the error. Except when you're using files, there's practically no way for you to completely screw up your computer.

If you'd like to go into more depth or learn about topics beyond basic data structures, you can purchase books about Pascal programming from the online bookstore.

To program in Pascal (or any high-level language, for that matter), you will need a compiler. You can use any standard Pascal compiler with this tutorial. If you need to download a compiler, or if you're new to programming altogether and don't know what a compiler does, click here for more information.
 
 
The Learn Pascal Page "At this page you can learn the basics of the pascal programming language. I will assume that you have a basic computer knowledge in DOS-environment.
I will also assume that you have either Turbo Pascal 7.0 or Borland Pascal 7.0 for this tutor. Turbo Pascal 5.0 and above will probably work for most of the examples though."
 
Pascal. A tutorial "This page is dedicated to teaching you to program with Borland Turbo Pascal, easily and quickly. We assume no prior programming experience but at least a basic knowledge of algebra. We provide you with all the software you will need, so if you want to learn how to program then you have come to the right place."  
         

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