Mastering Turbo Pascal

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Hayden Book Co., 1986 - Computers - 450 pages
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Featuring over 130 concise and easy-to-enter program examples, users will learn to write simple and complex programs; create data types and files; simplify complex programs; use pointers, memory management techniques, single and muliti-way lists and trees; employ advanced pascal programming techniques; and create string operations.

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Contents

Programming by Example
1
Variables
18
Compiler Directives
28
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Tom Swan has written extensively about computer programming for over 25 years, and his numerous books on Pascal, Delphi, C++, Windows, and assembly language are popular with programmers worldwide. A former contributing editor to PC World and the originator of " Algorithm Alley, " the popular Dr. Dobb' s Journal column, he has published hundreds of articles in computer journals. His Web site, www.tomswan.com, includes updates to this book as well as information about his other publications.

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