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i have some pascal source a friend wrote that i want to
convert to c. i know enough c to get me by. i know
absolute zero of pascal. can anyone help me with the dilema?
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I'm sure you have better uses of your time than MANUALLY converting all of the code. My suggestion is to use a program which automatically does this for you. Check out the "p2c" program written by David Gillespie. Last I heard it was available from ftp://csvax.cs.caltech.edu as the file /pub/p2c-1.20.tar.Z.

Hope this helps!
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