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Posted on 1998-07-14
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Hi,

Does anyone out there know where on the Internet I can download a free copy of Turbo Pascal for Windows 95?
Is this posible?

Thanks,

David Farrier.
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You can'tt. Turbo Pascal is still under copyright, so it is illegal to copy it. Perhaps if you had a good look around you might be able to find it. There are some free compilers, but you'll have to take a look at the previously asked questions: "Free compilers".
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VX: this is not true.

There are free Pascal Compilers on the Net, but they do not support RAD-Programming (Rapid Application Development) like Delphi does (which is copyrighted) or any Visual Lanuage.
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Thanks!
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