conversion of pascal to c

hi
In the program posted before

 http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Pascal/Q_20920285.html

I have problems in converting the followiing to c.p2c was giving some stnage error.If anyone of u trythe code in p2c and tell me what is the problem that would be great.Anyway I started to convert it manualy and i just wanted to know the equivalent code in c.If u want to know more abt the procedures refer to the code in the above thread
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 unit allint;
interface
uses crt,dos,printer,lpvars,stackm;
what is the equivalent header for this in c

2.
PROCEDURE CreateLpLabel(i:integer);
VAR kf,kr,l,m,n:integer;
when i convert the above procedure into a c function wat about the variables l,m,n......it shuld be passed as paramters or does it mean some other thing

3. procedure AllIntegerGomory;

implementation

and
LpLabels[i] = Copy(Spaces,1,kf) + Copy(SymTab[Variables[i]].lexeme,1,m)
                 + Copy(Spaces,1,kr);

how this should be converted to c????????

thanks
ganesh
reachganeshAsked:
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Jase-CoderConnect With a Mentor Commented:
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#include <stdio.h>
#include <windows.h>

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void CreateLpLabel(int i)
{
   int Kf, Kr, L, M, N;

} the above variables only need to be passed as parameters if they are to be used in another part of the program.

3:
 void AllIntegerGomory(void);

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  use the functions: strcpy() and strcat()
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reachganeshAuthor Commented:
Hi there
I was trying to use the p2c converter in this site  http://www.garret.ru/~knizhnik/pascal.html to convert the entire program but it did not work.Can you please have a look at this link(windows version) and tell me how can i use it to convert the code to c.Plz try to use the pascal code in this post
 http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Pascal/Q_20920285.html  and lemme know what is the problem
thanks
ganesh
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reachganeshAuthor Commented:
hi there
What is the difference between procedure and funciton in pascal Will there any difference in converting them to c .I see some of them starting with the begin kayword but some doesn't
PROCEDURE ALLintegerALG;

VAR  C, DENUM,I,J,K,L,NP,NUM,R,R1,S,T : INTEGER;
     kprt,lprt,jprt : integer;
     B, ITER : BOOLEAN;

-------------------------------------------------
FUNCTION EUCLID(U,V :INTEGER):INTEGER;
  VAR W : INTEGER;
  BEGIN
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ganesh
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mlmccCommented:
The difference between a procedure and function is a function returns a value and can be used in an expression.  A procedure stands alone.

Procedures translate to VOID functions in C.
The begin keyword provides when the code for the function starts.  AllintegerALG has a begin it is quite far below the header.

Pascal programs have a much different syntax from C program thus your problem in converting.

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joseph789Commented:
Can i see some tutorials of Visual basic? The should include Objects, Windows programming, components and file handling
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joseph789 - Please ask your own questions.  Also it would be better if this question were asked in the Visual Basic forum.

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