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How do I compile Pascal source?

Posted on 1998-01-17
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I am preraring AP Computer Science test and I need a Pascal compiler to practice Pascal programs.
Where can I get the compiler? I have MS Visual C++ 4.
I looked for it at CompUSA but I could not find it.
Please let me know... e-mail:leesh@ibm.net
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by:mitchell042997
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Good luck finding one.  There is no freeware or shareware TP compiler to my knowledge.  I used TP 5.0, which came with an old, old version of MS-DOS.  Wow, that was a long time ago.

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Turbo Pascal / Borland Pascal and Microsoft Pascal are licensed programs protected by their devolopers (Borland or Microsoft)
There is no legal way to get them by the internet. Another way is to use a freeware compiler Like TMT Pascal or Pascal Lite.
You can get such at http://www.cs.vu.nl/~jprins/tp.html

i think you know how to use the compiler :)

greets, Omsec
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Thank you.
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