Pascal
Posted 1/1/07
anyone know how to use pascal well?
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Posted 1/1/07
Whats pascal? Never heard of it.
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Posted 1/1/07
Sorry i used to study it in school but i never did learn anything.
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Posted 4/14/08
I know some. Why you ask?
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Posted 4/14/08
well i think pascal is paced out... what do you want to program on it? i suggest using python instead its much easier syntax than pascal.
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Posted 4/14/08 , edited 4/14/08

var
A: string;

begin
write ('Pascal? ')

readln (A);

if A = 'yes' then
write ('Ok');
elseif A = 'no' then
write ('Really?');
else
write ('What the hell is ', A, '?');

end.


is that even correct?
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Posted 4/14/08
What, the Pascal Triangle you use in Maths? It's a simple maths formula I learnt in year 8.
If you want help feel free to ask...?

Is that what you're talking about?
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Posted 4/14/08 , edited 4/14/08
^
he's talking about the Turbo Pascal programming language. Maybe.
Posted 4/14/08
Yea, don't use Pascal. If you're learning this in school, ask your school why they want to live as though it were the dark ages rather than teach you something useful that people actually use.
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Posted 4/14/08
Wow... turbo pascal was a very old thing way back in the day... I remember making silly "RPGs" where people inputted their next move, depending on the commands available...


And then there's that program that allows you to create a Christmas tree with blinking lights, depending on the numbers inputted by the user.



Fun stuff, but obsolete in this day and age... I can hardly remember any of the commands used, other than ? for PRINT.
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