Hi dear friends:
I am going to post some nice Pascal examples here , i hope it will be useful to you all. I hope you will also post here your good programes :

lets start :

1)

program operators;
uses crt;
begin
 clrscr;
 writeln(17 div 3);
 readln;
 writeln(7 mod 4);
 readln;
end.

2)

program posneg;
uses crt;
var 
 no : integer;
begin
 clrscr;
  Write('Enger a number:');
  readln(no);

  if (no > 0) then
   writeln('You enter Positive Number')
  else
    if (no < 0) then
     writeln('You enter Negative number')
    else
      if (no = 0) then
      writeln('You enter Zero');

  readln;
 end.

If you have any problem about the examples you can ask here,,, the next examples will come soon.

{this makes a great deal of colors}

program lights;
uses crt;
var a,b:integer;
label 1;
begin
textbackground(white);
clrscr;
for a:=1 to 1000000 do inc b;
randomize;
1:
a:=random(4)+1;
if a=1 then textbackground(blue);
if a=2 then textbackground(red);
if a=3 then textbackground(green);
if a=4 then textbackground(yellow);
write(' ');
goto 1;
end.

{a random problem generator, test your math skills}

program learn;
uses crt;
var a,b,c,e,f,right: integer; d:real;
label 1,2,3,4,5;
begin
textbackground(green);
textcolor(white);
clrscr;
repeat
inc(f);
until f=100000;
randomize;
1:
e:=random(3)+1;
b:=random(200)+1;
c:=random(200)+1;
if e=1 then d:=b+c;
if e=2 then d:=b-c;
if e=3 then d:=b*c;
writeln('  ',b:3);
if e=1 then write('+ ');  
if e=2 then write('- ');
if e=3 then write('x ');
writeln(c:3);
writeln('______');
readln(a);
if a=d then
begin                                       
inc(right);
writeln('HORRAY! YOU GOT IT RIGHT! you have ',right,' points!');
end
else
begin
right:=right-1;
writeln('WRONG! you have ',right,' points');
end;
goto 1;
end.

Dig your heart out!

program veryweird;
uses crt;
type aaa=array[1..40,1..12] of char;
var a,b,c,d,e,pa,pd:integer; f:aaa; g:char;
label 1,2,3,4;
begin
pa:=1;
pd:=1;
writeln('hello');
writeln('press the arrow keys to move');
2:
IF KeyPressed THEN
BEGIN
g:=readkey;
CASE g OF
'H' :
begin
if pd=1 then goto 2; 
f[pa,pd]:='_';
pd:=pd-1;
f[pa,pd]:='@';
end;       
'K' :
begin
if pa=1 then goto 2;
f[pa,pd]:='_';
pa:=pa-1;
f[pa,pd]:='@';
end;
'M' :
begin
if pa=40 then goto 2;
f[pa,pd]:='_';
pa:=pa+1;
f[pa,pd]:='@';
end;
'P' :
begin
if pd=12 then goto 2;
f[pa,pd]:='_';
pd:=pd+1;
f[pa,pd]:='@';
end;
end;
clrscr;
for a:=1 to 12 do writeln(f[1,a],f[2,a],f[3,a],f[4,a],f[5,a],f[6,a],f[7,a],f[8,a],f[9,a],f[10,a],f[11,a],f[12,a],f[13,a],f[14,a],f[15,a],f[16,a],f[17,a],f[18,a],f[19,a],f[20,a],f[21,a],f[22,a],f[23,a],f[24,a],f[25,a],f[26,a],f[27,a],f[28,a],f[29,a],f[30,a],f[31,a],f[32,a],f[33,a],f[34,a],f[35,a],f[36,a],f[37,a],f[38,a],f[39,a],f[40,a]);
goto 2;
end
else goto 2;
end.

I'm sure you all worked very hard to write those little programs but I think they are quite useless to anyone without lots of comments that explain what the programs are doing. No one is going to wade through all that uncommented code and try to figure it out for themselves; not worth the time and effort.

Thanks dear Ancient Dragon for your nice comment; you said that you work hard,, then if we work hard it means it has some benefits, either for us or for someone else..

i'm not sure if i understand your last post.and also i think you haven't understand very well what the ancient wrote.

best regards,

Thanks dear Ancient Dragon for your nice comment; you said that you work hard,, then if we work hard it means it has some benefits, either for us or for someone else..

Adding comments in your code can not be under-emphasized. Programs need comments that explain what it is doing. If readers do not know what the program is supposed to do then they will most likely not take the time to read and understand it. You yourself will forget within three months, I know because I've been there and done that. Comments become even more important than the code itself to improve code maintenance; at some future time someone other than yourself might have to change it. And if you get a job writing code you will be required by your employer to well-document your code.

this makes a great deal of colors

program lights;
uses crt;
var a,b:integer;
label 1;
begin
textbackground(white);
clrscr;
for a:=1 to 1000000 do inc b;*
randomize;
1:
a:=random(4)+1;
if a=1 then textbackground(blue);
if a=2 then textbackground(red);
if a=3 then textbackground(green);
if a=4 then textbackground(yellow);
write(' ');
goto 1;
end.

where you find this * there is trouble. I will show you the error the program is telling me.

* Error 88 : "(" expected.

Edited 3 Years Ago by mike_2000_17: Fixed formatting

a random problem generator, test your math skills

program learn;
uses crt;
var a,b,c,e,f,right: integer; d:real;
label 1,2,3,4,5;
begin
textbackground(green);
textcolor(white);
clrscr;
repeat
inc(f);
until f=100000;
randomize;
1:
e:=random(3)+1;
b:=random(200)+1;
c:=random(200)+1;
if e=1 then d:=b+c;
if e=2 then d:=b-c;
if e=3 then d:=b*c;
writeln('  ',b:3);
if e=1 then write('+ ');  
if e=2 then write('- ');
if e=3 then write('x ');
writeln(c:3);
writeln('______');
readln(a);
if a=d then
begin                                       
inc(right);
writeln('HORRAY! YOU GOT IT RIGHT! you have ',right,' points!');
end
else
begin
right:=right-1;
writeln('WRONG! you have ',right,' points');
end;
goto 1;
end.

This program you've made work but there are nothing displayed but green

Edited 3 Years Ago by mike_2000_17: Fixed formatting

ok, and what you suggest? try to correct it, and post the good version

best regards,

a random problem generator, test your math skills

program learn;
uses crt;
var a,b,c,e,f,right: integer; d:real;
label 1,2,3,4,5;
begin
textbackground(green);
textcolor(white);
clrscr;
repeat
inc(f);
until f=100000;
randomize;
1:
e:=random(3)+1;
b:=random(200)+1;
c:=random(200)+1;
if e=1 then d:=b+c;
if e=2 then d:=b-c;
if e=3 then d:=b*c;
writeln('  ',b:3);
if e=1 then write('+ ');  
if e=2 then write('- ');
if e=3 then write('x ');
writeln(c:3);
writeln('______');
readln(a);
if a=d then
begin                                       
inc(right);
writeln('HORRAY! YOU GOT IT RIGHT! you have ',right,' points!');
end
else
begin
right:=right-1;
writeln('WRONG! you have ',right,' points');
end;
goto 1;
end.

This program you've made work but there are nothing displayed but green

----------------------------
answer by Mohammad HashemY(Programmer From Iran) :
Hi
F is an integer variable and can store a number between -32768 to
+32767
but 100000 is bigger than and integer value
u must use a comp or word or double variable:
Var f : double;

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