Turbo Pascal

Turbo Pascal is a software development system that includes a compiler and an integrated development environment (IDE) for the Pascal programming language running on CP/M, CP/M-86, and DOS, developed by Borland under Philippe Kahn’s leadership. For versions 6 and 7 (last), both a lower-priced Turbo Pascal and more expensive Borland Pascal were produced; Borland Pascal was more oriented towards professional software development, with more libraries and standard library source code. The name Borland Pascal is also used more generically for Borland’s dialect of the Pascal programming language, significantly different from Standard Pascal. Borland has released three old versions of Turbo Pascal free of charge because of their historical interest: the original Turbo Pascal (now known as 1.0), and versions 3.02 and 5.5 for DOS

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  1. Baghdali-Ourbih, Latifa; Ourbih-Tari, Megdouda; Dahmani, Abdelnasser: Implementing refined descriptive sampling into three-phase discrete-event simulation models (2017)
  2. Drałus, Grzegorz; Świątek, Jerzy: Static and dynamic complex models: comparison and application to chemical systems (2009)
  3. Tang, Baoxiang: Iteration algorithms for all finite set partition (2009)
  4. Chernousko, F. L.; Reshmin, S. A.: Time-optimal swing-up feedback control of a pendulum (2007)
  5. Guseinova, Israfil I.; Mamedov, Bahtiyar A.: On the accurate evaluation of overlap integrals over Slater type orbitals using analytical and recurrence relations (2007)
  6. Gustafsson, Leif; Sternad, Mikael: Bringing consistency to simulation of population models -- Poisson simulation as a bridge between micro and macro simulation (2007)
  7. Kononenko, V. N.; Lozitskii, R. M.; Nosov, M. V.; Romanov, A. S.; Filin, B. P.: Application of the majority connectedness carrier for computing the reliability of complex systems (2007)
  8. Oláh-Gál, Róbert: The basics of informatics (2007)
  9. Reshmin, S. A.; Chernous’ko, F. L.: A time-optimal control synthesis for a nonlinear pendulum (2007)
  10. Reshmin, S. A.; Chernous’ko, F. L.: Time-optimal control of an inverted pendulum in the feedback form (2006)
  11. Veličković, Vesna: The basic principles and concepts of a software package for visualisation of mathematics (2006)
  12. Boncuţ, Mioara: Finite element approximation of the Navier-Stokes equation (2004)
  13. Danca, Marius-F.; Chen, Guanrong: Bifurcation and chaos in a complex model of dissipative medium. (2004)
  14. Jonnalagadda, S. B.; Parumasur, N.; Shezi, M. N.: A user-friendly programme `SIMKINE’ for simulation of kinetics involving complex reaction mechanisms (2003)
  15. Pluta, A. I.; Stetsenko, V. Ya.: About one variant of Zeidel’s method (2003)
  16. Ashayeri, J.; Heuts, R. M.; Valkenburg, M. W. T.; Veraart, H. C.; Wilhelm, M. R.: A geometrical approach to computing expected cycle times for zone-based storage layouts in AS/RS. (2002)
  17. Sanchez, Salvador Nieto; Triantaphyllou, Evangelos; Chen, Jianhua; Liao, T. Warren: An incremental learning algorithm for constructing Boolean functions from positive and negative examples (2002)
  18. Aryanezhad, M. B.; Mohammadi, H.: A new approach versus Benders’ decomposition in aggregate production planning (2001)
  19. Cappello, F.; Mancuso, A.: Lay-up optimization for the hull of a racing sailing yacht (2001)
  20. Kammerer, Peter: From Pascal to Assembler. An introduction to machine-oriented programming for INTEL and MOTOROLA (2001)

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