The Road to Delphi

Delphi – Free Pascal – Oxygene

Turbo Pascal

I created this page as a tribute to my beloved Turbo Pascal. here are some links and documents that would lead them back to the past.

7 thoughts on “Turbo Pascal

  1. I am also a big fan of Pascal programming language. Turbo Pascal was my primary programming tool for years. Some time ago I also wrote a Turbo Pascal 7 compatible Pascal compiler. In Turbo Pascal, of course.
    It is available here
    http://turbo51.com/compiler-design/tpc16-turbo-pascal-compiler-written-in-turbo-pascal
    This compiler later evolved into modern 32-bit application written in Delphi – Turbo51, Pascal compiler for 8051 microcontrollers. Pascal is still my favorite programming language: easy to write and easy to read.

  2. I first started using Turbo Pascal in high school in the early 90’s, where my friend Damon and I wrote a shareware RPG game called “Rooms of the Abyss”. You can download it here:

    http://www.softwarebymartin.com/Rooms/index.htm

    I have so many fond memories of Turbo Pascal…thankfully my day job allows me to work in Delphi every single day. Pascal rocks!

  3. http://turbopascal.org/ is another site where you can get some insight into Turbo Pascal compiler code.

  4. The link “Fix for “Runtime Error 200″ bug of Borland Pascal 7 on fast PCs” doesn’t exist…

    Thank you,
    Pedro Lopes

  5. big fan wrote lots of software with this .. some it still in use

  6. I loved turbo pascal 5
    I used others of course 3, 7 come to mind but 5 was the one which I really loved
    The compiler and all my source code I could carry around in my pocket (on a 3.5 inch floppy disk)
    I built 3D graphics in real time among a lot of other programs and had a great time using it.

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