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         Pascal Programming:     more books (100)
  1. BORLAND PASCAL 7.0 PROGRAMMING (Borland Bantam) by Tom Swan, 1993-03-13
  2. Easy Object Programming for the MacIntosh Using Appmaker and Think Pascal/Book and Disk by R. O. Parker, 1993-06
  3. Programming in Pascal With an Early Introduction to Procedures by Nell B. Dale, 1990-01
  4. Macintosh Pascal Programming Primer: Inside the Toolbox Using Think Pascal (Macintosh Pascal programming primer) by Dave Mark, Cartwright Reed, 1991-01
  5. Object-Oriented Programming With Borland Pascal 7/Book and Disk by Namir Clement Shammas, 1993-06
  6. Turbo Pascal: An Introduction to Structured and Object-Oriented Programming by David I. Schneider, 1990-05
  7. Abstractions & Programming in Turbo Pascal Flexlabs by Dale Shaffer, David C. Platt, 1995-09
  8. Programming With Pascal by John Konvalina, Stanley Wileman, 1987-02
  9. Programming the IBM Personal Computer, Pascal (IBM personal computer series) by Neill Graham, 1984-02
  10. Programming Macintosh Pascal by John J. Dielsi, Elaine S. Grossman, 1986-12
  11. Turbo Pascal Disktutor/Book and 2 Disk (Borland-Osborne/Mcgraw-Hill Programming Series) by Werner Feibel, 1989-10
  12. Advanced Turbo Pascal: Now Includes Borland's Turbo Pascal Database Toolbox and Turbo Pascal Graphix Toolbox (Programming Series) by Herbert Schildt, 1987-08
  13. Turbo Pascal: An Introduction to Modern Programming by Larry Joel Goldstein, 1987-12
  14. Pascal: Metrowerks Programming Environments : Tutorials, Reference, User's Guide and Software/Book and Disk

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Перевод руководства пользователя Borland pascal 7.0 .
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  • 102. Programming In C C++ Or Pascal: Tutorial Home
    programming in C, C++, pascal or Ada. Copyright © 19852004 Coronado Enterprises. programming tutorials C, C++, pascal, and Ada All rights reserved worldwide.
    Programming in C, C++, Pascal or Ada
    Time tested and complete, each programming tutorial is designed to teach you how to program in C, C++, Pascal, Ada-83, or Ada-95. Our material includes programming concepts, diagrams, source code for all example programs, and answers to all exercises. An effective language instruction series appropriate for the beginner to intermediate skillset.
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    103. Obtaining Turing
    Compares Turing to pascal, long text document, no tables or graphs; by Jacqueline L. Martin, 1996, many references.
    Designed for computer science instruction, Turing is simply the easiest, most fun, and most effective way of teaching programming concepts.
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    Is Turing a better language for teaching programming than Pascal ?
    by Jacqueline L. Martin
    B.Sc. Computing Science and Education
    Honours Dissertation
    January 1996
    University of Stirling
    Department of Computing Science
      1 Introduction
      • 1.1 Background

    104. Sepsis
    programming information and tutorials for Delphi, pascal, C, C++, Java, HTML, Assembly.
    sepsis Welcome to my programming website. This website is for people who are interested in learning how to program or people who already know one or two programming languages and want to learn a new one. You will find tutorials in the programming section that will help you to learn Web Development, Pascal, C, C++, Java and others. In the articles section you will find things about programming and using computers in general.
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    105. Coding Library
    A programmer's resource for C/C++, Java, pascal, Basic, Assembly (some virus) and Foxpro tutorials and examples.
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    106. Comparing Java With Component Pascal
    at Cuno Pfister, Oberon microsystems. This short article describes the main similarities and differences between the programming languages Java and Component pascal.
    Oberon microsystems This text was created in response to a question by ObSoft S.A. in France.
    Brief comparison of Component Pascal and Java
    Cuno Pfister, Oberon microsystems Component Pascal is to Pascal what Java is to C and C++: a modern and safe next-generation language that combines the flexibility of dynamic languages with the robustness of static languages. Like Java, it builds on decades of experience, and makes reuse of existing skills easy. Like Java, it supports component software much better than its predecessors. Compared to Java, it is easier to learn and allows to produce more efficient code. The most obvious difference is the "look and feel" of the two languages. Component Pascal is syntactically clearly in the Pascal family, while Java is in the C family. But this is a relatively superficial difference. Concerning the more important "design for safety", Java and Component Pascal are closely related, while C and even original Pascal (e.g., untagged variant records) are comparatively unsafe. Among other things, safety also implies automatic garbage collection. Garbage collection is necessary to avoid memory leaks and, more importantly, dangling pointers. Both Java and Component Pascal support the dynamic loading of code and metaprogramming (reflection). As a result, both languages can use virtually the same run-time system. This is proven by the real-time operating system

    107. Springer-Verlag - Computer Science
    By Eric W. Nikitin; SpringerVerlag, 1997, ISBN 0387982795. Introduction to programming, uses Oberon because it is descendant of teaching languages pascal, Modula, and designed to encourage good OO practices. Springer-Verlag

    108. What Is Programming Language? - A Word Definition From The Webopedia Computer Di
    David s programming page This user page contains links to several programming sites for pascal, Delphi, Qbasic, Basic, C++, UNIX, and the Internet.
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    programming language Last modified: Friday, February 08, 2002 A vocabulary and set of grammatical rules for instructing a computer to perform specific tasks. The term programming language usually refers to high-level languages , such as BASIC C C++ COBOL ... Ada , and Pascal . Each language has a unique set of keywords (words that it understands) and a special syntax for organizing program instructions High-level programming languages, while simple compared to human languages, are more complex than the languages the computer actually understands, called machine languages . Each different type of CPU has its own unique machine language.

    109. KT Programming Page
    programming in pascal, assembler and C++. Also Ti83 section.

    110. Vadim's Coding Corner
    Tutorial samples with source (C , TMT pascal), libraries, freeware utilities. programmingrelated articles in russian. Also ZX-Spectrum downloads.
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    111. Easytask Multitasking Kernel
    Multitasking kernel, and RS232 serial driver. Easily programming realtime applications for PC or embedded technology. Borland C++, Watcom C++, and pascal.
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    112. Programming Information From HB
    Text descriptions compare C/C++, Java, pascal, Basic, VeraStream; Oracle; HTML, XML; JavaScript, PHP.
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    ... VeraStream Databases Oracle Items Comparison between languages Markup languages HTML XML Scripting languages Javascript PHP Available own software BTag text conversion RTF to HTML conversion Upstairs Index Programming languages C / C++ What is C / C++? C is a programming language to make low level programs with maximum speed with less overhead C++ is object-oriented C and more automated inclusion of code More Inside links: Download sources now: contact me To get: Block text searcher, searching of lines and/or more lines that can be expressed by coding in a file. Difficulty to learn for C: **** +++ Difficulty to learn for C++: ***** +++
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    • Polyformism, more functions with the same name can exist in the same class but with different properties

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    114. Teach Yourself Programming In Ten Years
    In short, if you were, say, a Basic programmer, you could learn to write programs in the style of Basic using pascal syntax, but you couldn t learn what pascal
    Teach Yourself Programming in Ten Years
    Peter Norvig
    Why is everyone in such a rush?
    Walk into any bookstore, and you'll see how to Teach Yourself Java in 7 Days alongside endless variations offering to teach Visual Basic, Windows, the Internet, and so on in a few days or hours. I did the following power search at pubdate: after 1992 and title: days and (title: learn or title: teach yourself) and got back 248 hits. The first 78 were computer books (number 79 was Learn Bengali in 30 days ). I replaced "days" with "hours" and got remarkably similar results: 253 more books, with 77 computer books followed by Teach Yourself Grammar and Style in 24 Hours at number 78. Out of the top 200 total, 96% were computer books. The conclusion is that either people are in a big rush to learn about computers, or that computers are somehow fabulously easier to learn than anything else. There are no books on how to learn Beethoven, or Quantum Physics, or even Dog Grooming in a few days. Let's analyze what a title like Learn Pascal in Three Days could mean:
    • Learn: In 3 days you won't have time to write several significant programs, and learn from your successes and failures with them. You won't have time to work with an experienced programmer and understand what it is like to live in that environment. In short, you won't have time to learn much. So they can only be talking about a superficial familiarity, not a deep understanding. As Alexander Pope said, a little learning is a dangerous thing.

    115. Roby's Programming Tutorial
    pascal, C/C++, C , Java, and Assembly. Download available.
    Roby's Programming Tutorial uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them. Click here to go to the news section. Hey, why don't you check out here You will be automatically teleported to my non-frame site in 5 seconds. If nothing happens, click here.

    116. Pascal
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    117. Welcome To GPCP
    A pascalderived language specifically designed for programming software components. Its compiler can target either the .NET platform or the JVM.

    Welcome to the Gardens Point Component Pascal Page
    Component Pascal - The Language
    • Pascal derivative Specifically designed for programming software components Enhanced programming safety through an advanced type system For more details see the language report Oberon Microsystems
    The GPCP Compiler
    STOP PRESS The compiler distribution was last updated on 04 April 2003
    GPCP is still under development and is changing quite often. Any changes or updates will appear on this page as they are released. It is suggested that you check here each week for extra libraries, code emitters, etc. Suggestions for improvement, bug reports etc. are most welcome; please send these to This language is part of a larger project by the Programming Languages and Systems Research Centre at QUT, Australia that is researching and designing component programming languages. Planned enhancements for future versions of Component Pascal include: parametric polymorphism (a form of generics) and pre and post conditions to better support component programming.

    118. Springer Verlag - Your Publishers Of Books, Journals, And Electronic Media
    By Jorg Muhlbacher, Bernhard Leisch, Brian Kirk, Ulrich Kreuzeder; SpringerVerlag, 1997, ISBN 3540625224. Detailed introduction to programming in Oberon, pascal OO successor, uses hands-on approach based on many examples, starts with basics, to full OOP range. Springer-Verlag

    119. Xwpe-ALPHA Project
    programming environment for UNIX systems. The user interface mimics the Borland C and pascal family of products for MSDOS.
    Table of Contents
    What is xwpe-alpha?
    Xwpe is a programming environment for UNIX systems writen by Fred Kruse. The user interface mimics the Borland C and Pascal family of products for MS-DOS. From within xwpe you can edit, compile, and debug programs. Unfortunately Fred Kruse seems to no longer be a member of the on-line community. The xwpe-alpha project is an attempt to continue development and bug fixes for xwpe. Since attempts to contact the author of xwpe have received no response, xwpe-alpha should be considered unsupported by Fred Kruse. Questions or comments should be directed to Dennis Payne ( or the xwpe-alpha mailing list The last "official" version of xwpe is 1.4.2. To signify the change in control the version number has increased to 1.5.x. Also xwpe-alpha releases end in 'a' (e.g. 1.5.4a).
    Future Development
    The original purpose behind xwpe-alpha was to reorganize the source code to ease maintainence. This is still a goal for the future although a lot of work has been done to improve stability. Here is a list of possible future improvements.
    • Change the syntax definition file to an easier to understand form.

    120. Programming Languages Are Like Women
    Humorous analogies between women and Assembly, Fortran, COBOL, BASIC, PL/1, C, Algol 60 and 68, pascal, Modula2, LISP, APL, Logo, Lucid and Prolog, Ada. Inspired by Fun with Computer Languages.
    Programming Languages Are Like Women
    There are so many programming languages available that it can be very difficult to get to know them all well enough to pick the right one for you. On the other hand most men know what kind of women appeals to them. So here is a handy guide for many of the popular programming languages that describes what kind of women they would be if programming languages were women.
    A female track star who holds all the world speed records. She is hard and bumpy, and so is not that pleasant to embrace. She can cook up any meal, but needs a complete and detailed recipe. She is not beautiful or educated, and speaks in monosyllables like "MOV, JUMP, INC". She has a fierce and violent temper that make her the choice of last resort.
    Your grey-haired grandmother. People make fun of her just because she is old, but if you take the time to listen, you can learn from her experiences and her mistakes. During her lifetime she has acquired many useful skills in sewing and cooking (subroutine libraries) that no younger women can match, so be thankful she is still around. She has a notoriously bad temper and when angered will start yelling and throwing dishes. It was mostly her bad temper that made granddad search for another wife.
    A plump secretary. She talks far too much, and most of what she says can be ignored. She works hard and long hours, but can't handle really complicated jobs. She has a short and unpredictable temper, so no one really likes working with her. She can cook meals for a huge family, but only knows bland recipes.

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