Hello, I was programming in Turbo Pascal for many years, accordingly in real mode. Now I tried to change and start develop aplications in Free Pascal, protected mode. However, many things that works in RM doesn't works in PM, indeed. I downloaded a lot of examples, but they didn't help me (many of them, althrough some people say it helps, my IDE even doesn't compile it due syntax errors !!). I know about lock code and data, DS save, but I'm a beginner at this, beyond there isn't many tutorials (if any). So, if you have any experiences (a lot …

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Hiya everyone, its nice to be on this site. I'm a newbie. Well, I have a hard time understanding the whole pascal thing for my class and find it hard to make programs. Could anyone please assist me with my school project. Its making a simple game program like--Music Jeopardy or Who want to be a millionarie kinda thing. Please and Thank you

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hello, i need some program in pascal languages about 20 or more ,please a person help me. thank you by

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Hi. First of all, I'd like to apologize for I really do not know where to post this thread to. :lol: I know Pascal is out but apparently I have got to pick up this language in order to finish my project. What I'd like to ask is whether Pascal offers exception handling. I'd like to read an integer but I've to consider the chances of users keying in a non-integer value. I've checked different sites which offer free online tutorial but to no avail. Please help. Thank you.

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Alrighty, I have two questions to ask: 1. Is there a [I]length[/I] function in Dev Pascal ? If so, what is it? If not, is there a way to achieve the length of a string? 2. Can you change a string into an integer and/or vice versa. (example: entering '123' as a string and turning it into the number 123.) Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Cheers, Shane

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If anyone has any good ideas for a program please let me know... My final is coming up, and we have to create our own program, but i'm drawing a blank, any help would be great!

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I have been trying to write this program since 9:00 am. and I am exhausted now. Could someone give a some direction??????? I am to write a program for a two dimensional (5 rols and 5 cols) and then write a procedure to rotate it 90 degrees. I wrote the matrix part but I can't get it to rotate . thanks Linda

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This is due tomorrow, and i am absoltuly lost, can anyone help with some examples or point in the right direction, MANY THANKS for any help Mathematician Stanislav Ulam proposed that any positive integer would reduce to 1 if the following algorithm was repeated a sufficient number of times. If the number is even, divide it by 2. If the number is odd, multiply it by 3 and then add 1. For example, if the original number were 13, the algorithm would generate the following sequence of numbers: 13, 40, 20, 10, 5, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1. This sequence …

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i want to do aprogram to convert from octal to binary and vise versa i tried many but without aresult help me blease

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Hi I am a new user of this forum. I have a Pascal script (I din't know this language) and I would like translate it into Matlab script. Is there any translator for that or any dictionnary to help the translation ? Ciao Vincent

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Hi, I',m not sure but I think I'm allowed to post questions here showing my own work. I have the following question (not homework or anything assessed - Im revising for my final exam and this is a past paper question that i dont have model answers to). I'd appreciate any help. I think It's relatively simple but I am unfamiliar with pascal and unsure of my own answers. Question a) Each of these definitions of a type is expressed in a PASCAL-like notation. For each right hand side: 1) Express it in terms of set-operations.2) Indicate one representative member …

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