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iota
11-20-2004, 08:36 PM
Hi masters,

Please explain me the differences between the Delphi and Pascal Programming.
Are they same or different?
To be able to run their codes, what do I need to install ? Where can I get the installers from?

Countless thanks,
iota

jbot
11-22-2004, 04:50 PM
Please explain me the differences between the Delphi and Pascal Programming.

it's been a while, but Delphi is an IDE/compiler for Object Pascal. you might be able to pick up an old standard edition from a magainze cover CD now and again. or else, you could always buy the cheapest product of the latest version for about 75 or whatever it is in your currency.

i guess if you want a better explanation, you could always try the homepage of the company which make Delphi. that's normally a good place to start LOL

Nikita
11-22-2004, 07:04 PM
Hi masters,

Please explain me the differences between the Delphi and Pascal Programming.
Are they same or different?
To be able to run their codes, what do I need to install ? Where can I get the installers from?

Countless thanks,
iota

Borland, the maker of Delphi, gave out Delphi Personal Edition Six away free if you took their survey. Check their site http://www.borland.com and see if they are still doing anything like this. If you're just learning Pascal then go with a free compiler. Tons of them are avaliable on the Internet. Here is an http://www.bloodshed.net/devpascal.html that also comes with a Pascal compiler.

Nikita
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