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Prospero Pascal, and Friends of Pascal

The following new article is now featured at Pascal Central:
(http://pascal-central.com/)

Review: Prospero Extended Pascal (Bill Catambay)
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A full review of Prospero Software's Extended Pascal, a 32-bit Pascal
compiler for Windows.

Recent additions to Morgana's Cavern (Source Code)
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Tic Tac Toe, by Alan Lobo
Skin Tutorial, by Leon de Boer

Morgana's Cavern is at http://pascal-central.com/morgana.html

Friends of Pascal (Bill Catambay)
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Many thanks to those who have made voluntary contributions to help pay
for the domain registration and other administrative activities in
support of Pascal Central.

http://pascal-central.com/friends.html

The intent of Pascal Central is to provide the Pascal community one
place to obtain Pascal technical information, Pascal source code, and
Pascal-related internet links.

http://pascal-central.com/

Please consider contributing your Pascal Central source code!
http://pascal-central.com/submit.html

Enjoy!
Bi

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Re:Prospero Pascal, and Friends of Pascal


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 A new release of Vector Pascal has been made with Unicode support.

Programs may be input in Unicode, allowing Chinese, Greek, Japanese and Russian characters in variable names.
               o       Strings can contain Unicode. Thus Chinese text can be included in string literals.
               o       Characters are 16 bit.
               o       Conversion to and from UTF-8 performed on input and output.
               o       Mathematical operators   can now be entered in Unicode rather than as ASCII surrogates

We expect shortly to release a version in which Chinese variants of all reserved words will be recognised.

For details see:
http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/compilers/compilerindex/Doc2.html

http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/~wpc/reports/compilers/compilerindex/VPUnico...

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