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PASCAL kit for the Macintosh

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Hello,

I am looking for a PASCAL kit for a MAC Power PC. (So that I may create PASCAL programs) Any suggestions?

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Janfrederick
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It appears that Symantec C++ for the Power PC supports Pascal programs.  See

http://www.symantec.com/scpp/fs_scpp85_mac.html

for more details.
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Thank you!
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