Pascal is easy to write and easy to read
Wikipedia article about Pascal programming language: history, description, language constructs, compilers, standards and more.
This FAQ contains various questions that are frequently asked about the various Pascal standards.
Turbo Pascal is a complete software development system that includes a compiler and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the Pascal programming language running under CP/M, MS-DOS and CP/M-86, developed by Borland under Philippe Kahn's leadership. The name Borland Pascal was generally reserved for the high end packages (with more libraries and standard library source code) while the original cheap and widely known version was sold as Turbo Pascal. The name Borland Pascal is also used more generically for Borland's dialect of Pascal. Turbo Pascal 7 also inspired me to create Turbo51.
How Turbo Pascal compiler works? Here you can check the source code of Turbo Pascal 7 command line compiler.
On this website you will find information on Pascal for small machines, like Wirth compilers, the Yahoo Group UCSD Pascal file archive, many scanned books and other files on UCSD Pascal, Pascal on CP/M and MSX and much more.
Are you looking for other Pascal programmers? Looking for programming help specifically related to Pascal? Looking for Pascal source code? In a world of chaos, it can sometimes be difficult to locate Pascal related information. This page was developed to try and accumulate all such sources, including mailing lists, newsgroups, and source code archives, into one place.
Listed on this page are free Delphi and Pascal compilers for a number of platforms. There are also a few cross-compilers listed on this page.
Dowload Turbo Pascal compilers to compile old Pascal projects.
This tutorial is an introduction to the Pascal simple, yet complete, introduction to the Pascal programming language. It covers all of the syntax of standard Pascal, including pointers.
This document lists brief descriptions and photos of Pascal versions, along with a brief list of features and notes.
The computer programming languages C and Pascal are often compared to each other, sometimes heatedly, probably because the languages have similar times of origin, influences, and purposes, and so represent two philosophical approaches to a similar need. Both were used to design (and compile) their own compilers early in their lifetimes, and both were established and popular during the formative years of the microcomputer age.
Pascal, noble language as it is, was named after a famous French mathematician and philosopher, Blaise Pascal. C was named after a Sesame Street character...
The programming language Pascal has become the dominant language of instruction in computer science education. It has also strongly influenced languages developed subsequently, in particular Ada.