Borland Pascal

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Borland Pascal was an integrated editor and compiler for the Pascal programming language from Borland. It was the successor to the popular Turbo Pascal line. Borland Pascal compiled programs for DOS real-mode, DOS protected mode, and Microsoft Windows. Windows programming was aided by the Object Windows Library (OWL) abstraction of the Windows API. It supported an extended version of Pascal, including Objects.

Borland Pascal was replaced by Borland Delphi, which was designed specifically for the Windows environment.

Release History

Version 7 27-October-1992


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