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free source of a linux pascal compiler !

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I think all people know where they can get TFT or FPC pascal.
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uh.. ok ,,
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If you need a Pascal compiler try this:
http://pascal.miningco.com/msub2.htm

there is compiler for Linux also.
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Ok thanx :-)
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