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    Post Borland (turbo) PASCAL

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    What do you think are some of the major good points about PASCAL. I have never programmed in it or have any exposure to it. If I were a new programmer deciding between, say, Java and PASCAL, why would you recommend PASCAL?

    Just curious..
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    cause pascal was first language that I programmed in ... and I'm just learning java ... so i'm a profi in pascal and it is eazy and short programming language but i can't use registersas in assembler. but it's eazy and fast to make some short programme in pascal if you need something quickly

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    Cool, thanks for your opinion on pascal. Can you post some code? Nothing specific just some generic blocks that show structure. I think Python is one of the more aesthetically pleasing codes to look at. I have never seen pascal code. An odd request, I do admit, no harm if you prefer to not.

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    sample program :

    uses CRT {i'm using CRT - text console but you can use GRAFIKA too} {you can make your own too}
    var i:integer;
    p,n,c:string; {types of variables}
    begin
    clrscr; {clear screen}
    write('HALLO! Please log in: ');
    readln(n);
    write('PASSWORD: ');
    readln(p);

    if n='root' then
    if p='toor' then
    while c<>'quit' then
    begin
    write('COMMAND');
    readln(c);
    clrscr;
    end;

    write('BYE BYE');
    clrscr;

    end.

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