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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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GNU Pascal "The current release implements Standard Pascal (ISO 7185, levels 0 and 1), most of Extended Pascal (ISO 10206, aiming for full compliance), is highly compatible to Borland Pascal (version 7.0), has some features for compatibility to other compilers (such as VAX Pascal, Sun Pascal, Mac Pascal, Borland Delphi and Pascal-SC). It provides a lot of useful GNU extensions not found in other Pascal compilers, e.g. to ease the interfacing with C and other languages in a portable way, and to work with files, directories, dates and more, mostly independent of the underlying operating system.

This version of GPC corresponds to GCC version 2.8.1, 2.95.x, 3.2.x, 3.3.x or 3.4.x."
 
GNU Pascal
Similar to the above.
"This version of GPC corresponds to GCC version 2.95.x."
 
 
Taoyue Pascal "This tutorial is an introduction to the Pascal simple, yet complete, introduction to the Pascal programming language. It covers all of the syntax of standard Pascal, including pointers. "

History of Pascal. Hello, world. Basics. Input and Output. Program Flow. Subprograms. Data types. Final words
 
Tutorialspoint Tutorial
 
Pascal is a procedural programming language, designed in 1968 and published in 1970 by Niklaus Wirth and named in honor of the French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal.
Pascal runs on a variety of platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS, and various versions of UNIX/Linux. This tutorial will give you great understanding on Pascal to proceed with Delphi and other related frameworks etc.
 
 
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.
 
 
Free Pascal User Manual User’s Guide for Free Pascal, Version 2.6.0
Document version 2.6
December 2011

192 pages in PDF.
 
 
Free Pascal User Manual Similar to the above but in pdf format.
User’s Guide for Free Pascal, Version 2.6.0
Document version 2.6
December 2011

192 pages in PDF.
 
 
Introduction to Pascal 33 pages in PDF.
Brien introduction.
 
 
An Introduction to PASCAL - Where Would You Think The University of Hull.
Rob Miles
58 pages in PDF.
 
 
Pro9ramming - Pascal Small Book
Local Download
The Pascal programming language was created by Niklaus Wirth in 1970. It was
named after Blaise Pascal, a famous French Mathematician. It was made as a
language to teach programming and to be reliable and efficient. Pascal has since
become more than just an academic language and is now used commercially.

42 pages in PDF.
 

 

introduction to pascal - Alexandra School - Information Technology
 
Introduction to Pascal
Power Point.
48 slides
 
 
         

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