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Wierd question - a pascal compiler for WIn7???

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Old March 15th 19, 07:23 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
pyotr filipivich
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Default Wierd question - a pascal compiler for WIn7???

This is the current problem: I have a program written in Pascal
and Windows 7 won't run it. Tells me to contact the developer and get
support. Except that I am the developer, and I wrote when I should
have been doing class work (the original was written on the Honeywell,
then ported to Turbo Pascal.)
A quick search shows me that Borland is no longer supporting Turbo
Pascal, so, recommendation for a Pascal compiler for Windows 7?
I thought about running the source code through a conversion
program, and "porting it" to C/C+, C++ DC++=&#, but then I'd have to
know C* to clean up the results. And find a C compiler, too.

so, recommendation for a Pascal compiler for Windows 7?


*I started to port the code to C, instead of doing _that_ classwrok,
but I don't have that source code at all. Maybe on a 5 1/4 floppy,
somewhere. In a box marked Mag Media.
pyotr filipivich
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