Turbo Pascal is the world-standard Pascal compiler.
Turbo Pascal,the world-standard Pascal compiler, adds Object-Oriented Programming. Combining the Simplicity of Apple's Object Pascal language with The Power and efficiency of C to create Turbo Pascal,the object-oriented programming language for the rest of us.
Turbo pascal mac, LuckyWire 220.127.116.11, LimeWire Turbo 5.8.3, Free Pascal 2.4.4. The Mac Dialect. There are three major Pascal dialects: Turbo Pascal (extended to Delphi, supported by FreePascal, and partially by Gnu Pascal), Extended Pascal (an ISO standard, supported by Gnu Pascal, DEC Pascal, Prospero Pascal), and the dialect originating from Apple (commonly used in the Mac community, supported by MPW Pascal, Metrowerks.
Turbo Pascal For Macos
Turbo Pascal Features
* Static & dynamic objects
* Constructors and Destructors
* Object constants
* Compiles @ > 34,000 lines/minute
* New integrated environment tutorial
* Hypertext Help with copy & paste
* Enhanced SMART linker & Overlay manager
* Support for Intel 8087, 80287, 80387 math co-processors
* Integrated source-level debugging
Turbo Pascal For Mac
Borland Turbo Pascal is a Pascal programming language compiler with an Integrated Development Environment targeted at the hobbyist and entry-level market. There were versions for CP/M and DOS. For a time, it was sold along side their professional 'Borland Pascal' product line. Borland also produced a set of 'toolbox' libraries along side their earlier versions.
Turbo Pascal for Macintosh was a short lived port of Borland's Pascalproduct to the Apple Macintosh. It featured a more advanced compilerthan the DOS version at the time.
It was an awkward time as Borland had previously been very criticalof the under powered and closed Macintosh 128k architecture. While atthe same time Apple had not been very supportive of third partydevelopment tools.
In practice it would not have aided in porting software from the PC,as typical PC programs contained much DOS/IBM platform specific code.
This software requires at least a Macintosh 512k or Macintosh Plus.
Version 1.1, added support for the Macintosh II.