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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Sun, 11 April 2021 Pascal Hello T! 10 Apr 21 20:52, you wrote to All: TM>> string -- This_is_it. TM> Nevermind ... figured it out. Took some time ;-) Karel --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5-b20180707 * Origin:...
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From:  T.J. Mcmillen (1:129/305)
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Date: Sun, 21 February 2021 Pascal Anyone have some cheap drity code to make a string of text with spaces get turned into a string of text with underscores instead of spaces? string -- This is it. coverted to string -- Thi...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Sat, 03 April 2021 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming...
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From:  Anton Shepelev (2:221/6)
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Date: Sun, 21 February 2021 Dynamic Libraries Chad Adams: CA> How do you load a dyn library in FP? I think it depends on the OS. CA> yrNews Usenet Reader for iOS CA> http://appstore.com/yrNewsUsenetReader Much though I disap...
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From:  Anton Shepelev (2:221/6)
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Date: Wed, 03 February 2021 Dynamic Libraries Chad Adams: CA> How do you load a dyn library in FP? I think it depends on the OS. CA> yrNews Usenet Reader for iOS CA> http://appstore.com/yrNewsUsenetReader Much though I disap...
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From:  Dale Barnes (1:106/201)
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Date: Tue, 06 October 2020 ZIPTV Looking for anyone that owns the ZipTv Component platform please. Thank you --- InterEcho 1.21 * Origin: Home Of InterMail/InterEcho (1:106/201) ...
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From:  Chad Adams (1:19/37)
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Date: Sat, 03 October 2020 Dynamic Libraries How do you load a dyn library in FP? Any info? -- yrNews Usenet Reader for iOS http://appstore.com/yrNewsUsenetReader --- Mystic BBS/NNTP v1.12 A47 2020/09/12 (Linux/64) * Origin: The By...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Thu, 01 October 2020 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Tue, 01 September 2020 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Sat, 01 August 2020 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming...
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From:  Charles Stephenson (1:226/17)
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Date: Tue, 28 July 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: Karel Kral to Charles Stephenson on Sat Jun 20 2020 03:33 pm CS>> I remember seeing a few people doing that (actually CS>> reading about it in FidoNet YEARS ...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Thu, 02 July 2020 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming...
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From:  Charles Stephenson (1:226/16)
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Date: Wed, 06 May 2020 Pascal Tutor? All, I'm fairly new to programming. Can someone point to a good program to use as a tutorial to learn Pascal? Thanks --- ENiGMA 1/2 v0.0.11-beta (linux; x64; 10.15.2) * Origin: The Amiga Front...
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From:  Karel Kral (2:423/39)
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Date: Sat, 20 June 2020 Pascal Tutor? Hello Charles! 20 Jun 20 08:02, you wrote to Tony Langdon: CS> I remember seeing a few people doing that (actually CS> reading about it in FidoNet YEARS ago) inline? I sometimes did ...
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From:  Charles Stephenson (1:226/17)
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Date: Wed, 10 June 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: mark lewis to Charles Stephenson on Fri May 29 2020 09:10 am ML> yep! plus pacal teaches you structured programming which will be very ML> helpful when learning/using other ...
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From:  Charles Stephenson (1:226/17)
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Date: Wed, 10 June 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: Kurt Weiske to Charles Stephenson on Thu May 28 2020 08:36 pm KW> When I was starting out, most of the early CS classes were taught in KW> Pascal. Later, we moved to C. Pasc...
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From:  Moderator (2:230/150)
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Date: Mon, 01 June 2020 The Pascal Echo rules RULES FOR THE PASCAL ECHO - THE DETAILS (updated February 01, 2012) The Pascal echo is an internationally distributed FidoNet echo devoted to the discussion and promotion of the Pascal programming la...
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From:  mark lewis (1:3634/12)
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Date: Fri, 29 May 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: Charles Stephenson to mark lewis on Thu May 28 2020 20:44:02 ML>> they're just languages and they do most all the same stuff... allow ML>> you to present an interface to ex...
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From:  Charles Stephenson (1:226/17)
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Date: Thu, 28 May 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: mark lewis to Karel Kral on Thu May 07 2020 04:51 pm KK>> I do not want to start any flamewar. Just curios - why to learn KK>> Pascal? (nowadays). ML> why learn pascal? wh...
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From:  Kurt Weiske (1:218/700)
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Date: Thu, 28 May 2020 Pascal Tutor? Re: Pascal Tutor? By: Charles Stephenson to mark lewis on Thu May 28 2020 08:44 pm CS> EXACTLY! :) I think if I learn Pascal, it'll be a good bridge to learning CS> other languages. CS> other lang...
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