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run-time error (02). However, you can rewrite the code like this: var FileName. F rOCode begin 146 string [ 40]; text; integer; Turbo Pascal User's Guide. 22-4 Find Run-time Error - 146. 22-5 Memory map during compilation in memory - 170. 22-6 Memory map during compilation to a file - 171. The reader should consult National Instruments if errors are suspected. In no event shall National Creating a Windows Application Using Turbo Pascal.

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Antique Software: Turbo Pascal v5.5 - by David Intersimone

Abstract:Combining the simplicity of Apple's Object Pascal language with the power and efficiency of C++ to create Turbo Pascal 5.5, the object-oriented programming language for the rest of us. Updated with a PDF of the first two chapters of the language guide.

Antique Software: Turbo Pascal version 5.5

Ship date: 2-May-1989

Turbo Pascal 5.5, 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 Run time error 5941 word 5.5, the object-oriented programming language for the rest of us. Turbo Pascal 5.5 came in two versions: Turbo Pascal (the base product), and Turbo Pascal Professional (included Turbo Assembler and Turbo Debugger).

How to Download Turbo Pascal 5.5

Click on the Turbo Pascal 5.5 zip file to download the software. When you are finished downloading the software, use your favorite zip utility (like PKZIP or WinZip) to decompress the zip file to a folder on your hard drive. Turbo Pascal 5.5 shipped on 2 floppy disks. Make sure you chose the decompression software's option to preserve folder names (-d for pkunzip, look for the check box option for winzip). You can make a 2-disk floppy set or you can install Turbo Pascal 5.5 direct from your hard drive.

These historical files are provided to the Borland community free of charge. They may be downloaded and used "as is" for personal use only. No developer support is provided. Each individual product contains copyright notices that are still in force. These files may not be made available via the Internet or any hard copy media (e.g. diskette, CDROM). We make no claims about Year 2000 compatibility for our antique software. If you have technical questions, you should ask the questions on our Internet newsgroups (there may be someone who remembers these old tools).

Turbo Pascal 5.5 Features

  • Inheritance
  • 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 5.5 Advertisement

Below is a scanned image of the Turbo Pascal 5.5 advertisement. Click on the image to display a larger version (362kb) of the ad.

Turbo Pascal 5.5 Object-Oriented Programming Guide

Community member Bill Meyer was kind enough to scan in and convert the first two chapters of the TP 5.5 Object Oriented-Programming Chapter guide into a PDF. He has done a fantastic job with it. You can view (or download, it's 2.58MB) the Introduction and "All About OOP" chapters of the guide from the file TP_55_OOP_Guide.pdf, errore 146 turbo pascal. While it's old, errore 146 turbo pascal, the OOP chapter still does a good job of covering the concepts of Object-Oriented Programming.

Turbo Pascal 5.5 Readme File

The following is the Readme file that came with Turbo Pascal 5.5. Please notice that any mention of support, references to phone numbers or addresses are here for historical purposes. Since this is antique software, there is no developer support for this product. If you have questions, you should ask them on our Internet newsgroups. You might find an old timer who still remembers using this version of Turbo Pascal.

WELCOME TO TURBO PASCAL 5.5 --------------------------- This README file contains important, last minute information about Turbo Pascal 5.5. The HELPME!.DOC file also answers many common Technical Support questions. TABLE OF CONTENTS ----------------- 1. Turbo Debugger 2. Important Notes & Additions 3. Tour - New introduction to the IDE 4. Corrections to the manual 5. Turbo Pascal 5.5 and the Toolboxes 6. Listing of Files on the Disks 1. TURBO DEBUGGER ----------------- Turbo Debugger has been upgraded to version 1.5 to support Turbo Pascal 5.5's object-oriented extensions. You can debug both 5.0 and 5.5 programs with the new release of TD (1.5). If you have TD 1.0, you can still debug any TP 5.5 programs that do not use objects. If you don't already have Turbo Debugger 1.5, call Customer Service for information about upgrading: (408) 438-5300. 2. IMPORTANT NOTES & ADDITIONS ------------------------------ o REBUILD TPUs, errore 146 turbo pascal. Remember to rebuild your old units with version 5.5 or you'll get an error 72 (Unit file format error) when you try to use that unit. To rebuild an entire program from the Integrated Development Environment, load the main program into errore 146 turbo pascal the editor and select the COMPILE/BUILD menu command. If you are using the command-line compiler, type: tpc /b ProgramName You'll need to have all source code available in the logged directory or in the OPTIONSDIRECTORYUNIT DIRECTORY path. o COMPILER ERROR MESSAGES. The following compiler error messages have been added or modified: 99 File and procedure types are not allowed here 146 File access denied o RUN-TIME ERROR MESSAGE. The following new run-time error message will occur if range-checking is on {$R+} and a call is made to an object's virtual method when that object has not yet been initialized via a constructor call (see Page 37 in the Object-Oriented Programming Guide for more information): 210 Object not initialized 3. TOUR - NEW INTRODUCTION TO THE IDE ------------------------------------- Version 5.5 now includes Tour, an online introduction to the Integrated Development Environment (IDE). If you are new to Turbo Pascal, spending 15 minutes with Tour will get you up to speed in the IDE. 4. CORRECTIONS TO THE OOP GUIDE ------------------------------- o Page 3: The reference to using TINST at the bottom of the page should indicate Page 308 of the User's Guide. o Page 94: To perform more complete error checking in the code fragment at the top of the page, insert a conditional statement immediately after the OverInitEMS call: . OvrInitEMS; if (OvrResult = OvrOK) then begin SaveOvrRead := OvrReadBuf; { Save EMS default } OvrReadBuf := MyOvrRead; { Install ours } UsingEMS := true; end; o Page 114 - 118: Corrections or Additions to the Index extensibility 46,78 Fail 107 with (reserved word) statement 13,22,78,82 implicit 17 5. TURBO PASCAL 5.5 AND THE TOOLBOXES ------------------------------------- The source code from version 4.0 of all Turbo Pascal toolboxes (including the Turbo Pascal Tutor) is fully compatible with 5.5. 6. LIST OF FILES ON THE DISKS ----------------------------- INSTALL/COMPILER/TOUR/ONLINE HELP --------------------------------- INSTALL EXE - Installs Turbo Pascal on your system README COM errore 146 turbo pascal Program to display README file TURBO EXE - Turbo Pascal Integrated Development Environment TURBO TPL - Resident units for Turbo Pascal TPC EXE - Command-line version of Turbo Pascal UNPACK COM - Unpacks .ARC files HELP ARC - Archived Turbo Pascal Help File (TURBO.HLP) TOUR ARC - Archived Tour of the Integrated Development Environment TOUR EXE - Tour program TPTOUR1 CBT - Tour data file TPTOUR2 CBT - Tour data file THELP COM - Memory-resident help program so you can get Online Help even if you are not working in the Integrated Development Environment. README - This file! OOP/DEMOS/BGI/DOC/UTILITIES/MISC -------------------------------- OOPDEMOS ARC - Packed file that contains object-oriented programming (OOP) examples OOPDEMOS DOC - Documentation overview of OOP examples ODEMO PAS - Example for OBJECTS.PAS OBJECTS PAS - OOP unit that defines some basic object types BUFSTM ASM - Assembler code for OBJECTS.PAS DOSSTM ASM - Assembler code for OBJECTS.PAS STREAM ASM - Assembler code for OBJECTS.PAS OBJECTS INC - Assembler code for OBJECTS.PAS DOSSTM OBJ - .OBJ file for OBJECTS.PAS BUFSTM OBJ - .OBJ file for OBJECTS.PAS STREAM OBJ - .OBJ file for OBJECTS.PAS FDEMO PAS - Example for FORMS.PAS, SLIDERS.PAS FORMS PAS - OOP forms entry/edit unit SLIDERS PAS - OOP unit that extends FORMS.PAS CARDFILE PAS - Database example for CARDS.PAS CARDS DTA - Example data for CARDFILE.PAS CARDS PAS - OOP unit that implements cards database CARDGEN PAS - Generates example databases for CARDFILE.OBJ file for TCALC demo TCMVSMEM OBJ - .OBJ file for TCALC demo DEMOS ARC - Packed file that contains example (non-object oriented) programs WINDEMO PAS - WIN.PAS demo WIN PAS - Simple windowing extensions to Crt unit WIN ASM - Assembler code for WIN.PAS WIN OBJ - .OBJ file for WIN.PAS EXECDEMO PAS - Executes a child program (DOS unit) DIRDEMO PAS - Displays directory, uses procedural types CRTDEMO PAS - Crt unit demo OVRDEMO PAS - Overlay unit demo OVRDEMO1 PAS - Example unit for OVRDEMO.PAS OVRDEMO2 PAS - Example unit for OVRDEMO.PAS CIRCULAR PAS - Demos the USES clause in implementation section DISPLAY PAS - Example unit for CIRCULAR.PAS ERROR PAS - Example unit for CIRCULAR.PAS QSORT PAS - QuickSort example LISTER PAS - Printer unit demo HILB PAS - Floating-point demo FIB8087 PAS - Recursive example that uses the 8087 math coprocessor and avoids 8087 stack overflow PROCVAR Errore 146 turbo pascal - Simple procedural types demo EMS PAS - Example program that shows how to use expanded memory from your programs CPASDEMO PAS - Example program that shows how to link TURBO C .OBJ files into Turbo Pascal programs CPASDEMO C - C program for use with CPASDEMO.PAS CTOPAS TC - Turbo C configuration file to use with TC.EXE for producing .OBJ files that can be linked with Turbo Pascal (see CPASDEMO.PAS) TURBOC CFG - Turbo C configuration file to use with TCC.EXE for producing .OBJ files that can be linked with Turbo Pascal (see CPASDEMO.PAS) BGI ARC - Packed file that contains graphics documentation, drivers, fonts, and examples GRAPH TPU - Borland Graphics Interface (BGI) Graph unit ATT BGI - Graphics device driver for AT&T 6300 CGA BGI - Graphics device driver for CGA and MCGA EGAVGA BGI - Graphics device driver for EGA and VGA HERC BGI - Graphics device driver for Hercules mono PC3270 BGI - Graphics device driver for 3270 PC IBM8514 BGI - Graphics device driver for IBM 8514 GOTH CHR - Gothic font character set LITT CHR - Small font character set SANS CHR - Sans serif font character set TRIP CHR - Triplex font character set BGIDEMO PAS - Graph unit example ARTY PAS - Graph unit example BGILINK PAS - Graph unit example that shows how to link font and driver files into an .EXE file DRIVERS PAS - Example unit for use with BGILINK.PAS FONTS PAS - Example unit for use with BGILINK.PAS BGILINK MAK - Make file for use with BGILINK.PAS DOC ARC - Interface section listings for system units THELP DOC - Documentation for memory-resident help utility SYSTEM DOC - Interface section listing for the System unit DOS DOC - Interface section listing for the Dos unit CRT DOC - Interface section listing for the Crt unit PRINTER DOC - Interface section listing for the Printer unit OVERLAY DOC - Interface section listing for the Overlay unit GRAPH DOC - Interface section listing for the Graph unit TURBO3 DOC - Interface section listing for the Turbo3 unit GRAPH3 DOC - Interface section listing for the Graph3 unit HELPME! DOC - Text file with the answers to many common questions. If you have a technical question about Turbo Pascal, chances are good that the question and answer are in HELPME!.DOC. TINSTXFR EXE - Transfers 4.0 and 5.0 IDE customizations to 5.5 UTILS ARC - Packed file that contains a number of useful utilities TINST EXE - Customization program for TURBO.EXE MAKE EXE - Manages projects GREP COM - Searches text files for strings TOUCH COM - Changes a file's timestamp to force re-compilation BINOBJ EXE - Converts a binary data file errore 146 turbo pascal an .OBJ file TPUMOVER EXE - Unit mover utility TPCONFIG EXE - Converts .TP files to .CFG TURBO3 ARC - Turbo 3.0 compatibility files UPGRADE EXE - Program that converts 3.0 programs to 5.5 UPGRADE DTA - Data file for UPGRADE.EXE TURBO3 TPU - TURBO3 compatibility unit GRAPH3 TPU - GRAPH3 compatibility unit (turtle graphics) BCD PAS - Unit to convert Turbo Pascal 3.0 BCD reals to Turbo Pascal 5.5 floating point numbers

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Turbo Toolbox 1.0 (buy it)

Borland Turbo Toolbox 1.0
© 1984, first printed in July 1984


According to Bill Meyer, TP 1.0 for the Z80 on CP/M
had the same front cover art as for the PC version 1.0, but Philippe
apparently forgot to have anything printed on the spine of the book,
which was plain white, as was the back cover.

 

Borland Turbo Pascal 1.0Borland Turbo Pascal 2.0 Reference Manual AddendumBorladn Turbo Pascal 2.0Borland Turbo Pascal 2.0 Final Packaging
First TP 2 Release (using TP 1 manual?). TP 2.0 addendum. TP 2.0 later packaging. Final TP 2 manual - front.

Turbo Pascal 2.0 Final Packaging rear view Turbo Pascal 2.0 Diskette Label
Final TP 2 manual back. TP2 diskette label.

Turbo Pascal 2.00 - One 5.25" diskette plus the following printed materials:
Announcing "TUG" letter
"READ ME FIRST!" note
Manuals:
Reference Manual, 259 pages
Addendum to Reference Manual, Version 2.0 and 8087 Supplement, 33 pages,

Turbo Pascal 3.0 - This appears to have been sold with errore 146 turbo pascal variety of manuals. They all have the same ISBN number, but some have the version number printed in the lower left of the front cover. Others errore 146 turbo pascal. Some have the "Turbo" in TurboPascal in red, others white. Some cover styles, in the order in which I think they were produced, follow: The 3.0 original is dated 4/17/85.

Borland Turbo Pascal 3.0Borland Turbo Pascal 3.01a ManualBorland Turbo Pascal 3.01a Final Manual

  • Turbo Pascal 3.01a - Final version of TP3. Single 5.25" floppy disk and a 386 page manual (ISBN 0-87524-003-8).

Turbo Tutor 1.0 (buy it)

Borland Turbo Tutor 1.0 manualBorland Turbo Tutor 1.0 diskette label

System Requirements:
Turbo Pascal for PC-DOS, MS-DOS, CP/M-86
128K RAM
One disk drive
PC-DOS 1.0 or greater, MS-DOS 1.0 or errore 146 turbo pascal, CP/M-80 2.2 or greater, or CP/M-86 1.1 or greater

 

 


Turbo Tutor 2.0 (and 3?) (buy it)

The first style produced is at left below. The gold band in the lower right corner says you need DOS 2.0 or later. The package errore 146 turbo pascal the right below is the final version (I think).

Borland Turbo Tutor 2.0 ManualTurbo Tutor 2.0 ManualTurbo Tutor 2.0 Manual
Third edition 1986, 9th printing.

 


Turbo Tutor 4.0 (buy it)

Borland Turbo Tutor 4.0 ManualTurbo Tutor 4.0 Manual

Turbo Editor Toolbox

(for TP 3) Two 5.25" diskettes with READ.ME file dated 12/11/85 2:36:56pm. Two different diskette styles were produced. I don't know which was first.

Borland Turbo Editor ToolboxTurbo Editor Toolbox book


Turbo Pascal 4.0 (buy it)



System Requirements:
IBM PS/2 and IBM or Compaq Personal Computers and 100% compatibles
Integrated Environment: 384K
Command Line: 256K
One floppy drive


Turbo Pascal 4.0 Developer's Library

Includes all of these:

Numerical Methods Toolbox
Gameworks
Graphix Toolbox
Editor Toolbox
Database Toolbox
Tutor


Turbo Pascal 4 Editor Toolbox

This appears to have been produced with both green and red accented manuals.

Borland Turbo Pascal Editor Toolboxerrore 146 turbo pascal width="200" height="258" alt="Borland Turbo Pascal Editor Toolbox">Borland Turbo Pascal Editor Toolbox


Turbo Pascal 4 Database Toolbox

Borland Turbo Pascal Database ToolboxBorland Turbo Pascal Database Toolbox
© 1987
System Requirements:
IBM PS/2 and IBM or Compaq Personal Computer and 100% compatibles
Turbo Pascal 4.0
PC-DOS (MS-DOS) 2.0 or later
256K of memory


Turbo Pascal 4 Numerical Methods Toolbox

Borland Turbo Pascal Numerical Methods Toolbox


Turbo Pascal Gameworks (for TP3?)

Borland Turbo GameWorks diskette label

Turbo Graphix Toolbox 1.0

Borland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 1.0Borland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 1.0, backBorland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 1.0, diskette label

Turbo Graphix Toolbox 4.0

Borland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 4.0Borland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 4.0, backBorland Turbo Graphix Toolbox 4.0, disk label 


Turbo Pascal 5.0 (buy it)


© 1988
Same contents as the Professional version described below, but without assembler and debugger disks and manuals. Retail box sleeve PART # 11PK-PAS03-50
System Requirements:
IBM PS/2 and IBM or Compaq Personal Computers and 100% compatibles
PC-DOS (MS-DOS) 2.0 or later
448K RAM minimum
256K for command line version


Borland Turbo Pascal 5.0 Professional
Turbo Pascal 5.0 Professional - Includes four 720K diskettes with files dated 8/29/98 5:00:00am. Box sleeve labeled ISBN 0-87524-201-4, PART # 11PK-PRO01-50. Minimum system requirements: DOS 2.0 or later, 448K RAM (256K for command line version).
Includes the following printed materials:
Turbo Languages, PART #MK CT-BOR010 BOR 1047
Obtaining Technical Support letter, BOR 0556
Compuserve offer brochure and order form, BOR 0178C
How To Order Your 3 1/2 Inch Disk, PART #AACL-ALL10 BOR 1058
Runtime Errore 146 turbo pascal Source Code Order Form/License, PART #11CL-PAS15 BOR 1106
Software License Transfer Letter
Manuals:
User's Guide, 350 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS01-50 BOR 0867
Reference Guide, 493 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS02-50 BOR 0866
Turbo Assembler User's Guide, 582 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD01-10 BOR 0851
Turbo Assembler Reference Guide, 297 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD02-10 BOR 0852
Turbo Debugger User's Guide, 355 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD03-10 BOR 0847

 


Borland <b>Errore 146 turbo pascal</b> Pascal 5.5
Turbo Pascal 5.5 - Has rectangular red sticker which reads "+OBJECTS". Box sleeve Part # 11PK-PAS01-55 BOR 1308. ISBN 0-87524-207-3. Box claims 5.5 is 100% compatible with 5.0 code. Shipped with 5.25" disks and coupon for 3.5". 5.5 has same manuals as 5.0, but added a 5.5 "OOP Guide"
Manuals:
Turbo Pascal User's Guide, 354 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS01-50 BOR 0867
Reference Guide, 468 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS02-50 BOR 0866
OOP Guide, 124 pages, errore 146 turbo pascal, PART# 11MN-PAS03-55 BOR 1309


Turbo Pascal 5.5 Professional
Turbo Pascal 5.5 Professional, © 1989- For DOS development. Includes Turbo Debugger 1.5 and Turbo Assembler 1.0. 5.25" disks or 3.5" disks. TP 5.0 code is 100% compatible. Object oriented features include inheritance, static and virtual methods, static and dynamic objects, constructors and destructors, and object constants. Requires PC-DOS/MS-DOS 2.0 or later, 448K RAM (256K for command line version), and two floppy disk drives (if you don't have a hard drive).
Manuals:
Turbo Pascal User's Guide, 354 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS01-50 BOR 0867
Reference Guide, 468 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS02-50 BOR 0866
OOP Guide, 124 pages, PART# 11MN-PAS03-55 BOR 1309
Turbo Assembler User's Guide, 574 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD01-10 BOR 0851
Turbo Assembler Reference Guide, 288 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD02-10 BOR 0852
Turbo Debugger User's Guide, 356 pages, PART# 15MN-ASD03-10 BOR 0847


Borland Turbo Pascal 6.0 with Objects

Turbo Pascal 6.0 with Objects

© 1990
"HELP/BGI/UTILITIES", PART# 11LB-PAS04 BOR 1855
plus the following printed materials:
User's Guide, 259 pages (Installation, Integrated Environment, Tutorials, Command-line Compiler), Part# 11MN-PAS02-60 BOR 1850
Programmer's Guide, 370 pages (Language Definition, Library Cross-Reference, Assembly Language, Error Messages), Part# 11MN-PAS05-60 BOR 1851
Library Reference, 176 pages (Run-Time Library), Part# 11MN-PAS03-60 BOR 1852
Turbo Vision Guide, 411 pages (Cookbook, Object Reference), Part# 11MN-PAS04-60 BOR 1853
No-Nonsense License Statement
Runtime Library source Code order form
System Requirements:
IBM PS/2 and IBM Personal Computers and 100% compatibles
PC-DOS (MS-DOS) 2.0 or later
512K RAM minimum (256K for command-line version)
Two floppy disk drives
Mouse support requires Microsoft Mouse or compatible, driver version 6.0 or later

Borland Turbo Pascal 6.0 Professional
Turbo Pascal with Objects 6.0 Professional © 1990-Includes: eleven (or eight??) 1.2MB 5.25" diskettes, Part#11LB-TPP01 BOR 2033, or six 1.44MB diskettes, PART# 11LB-TPP02 BOR 2034, Serial number format Errore 146 turbo pascal User's Guide, 259 pages (Installation, Integrated Environment, Tutorials, errore 146 turbo pascal, Command-line Compiler) Part# 11MN-PAS02-60 BOR 1850
Programmer's Guide, errore 146 turbo pascal, 370 pages (Language Definition, Library Cross-Reference, Assembly Language, Error Messages) Part# 11MN-PAS05-60 BOR 1851
Library Reference, 176 pages (Run-Time Library) PART# 11MN-PAS03-60 BOR 1852
Turbo Vision Guide, 411 pages (Cookbook, Object Reference) PART# 11MN-PAS04-60 BOR 1853
Turbo Profiler 1.0 User's Guide, 196 pages, PART # 15MN-PFL01-01 BOR 1483
Turbo Debugger 2.0 User's Guide, 373 pages, PART # 15MN-ASD01-20 BOR 1489
Turbo Assembler 2.0 Quick Reference Guide, 146 pages, PART # 15MN-ASD05-20 BOR 1482A (sometimes 1482B)
Turbo Assembler 2.0 User's Guide, 503 pages, PART # 15MN-ASD02-20 BOR 1491
Turbo Assembler 2.0 Reference Guide, 273 pages, PART # 15MN-ASD03-20 BOR 1491
No-Nonsense License Statement, PART # AACL-LAN13 BOR 1352D
Registration benefits brochure, PART # AACL-ALL24 BOR 1401A
Registration card, marked "11FN-PDK10-60 PASCAL/ASSEM/DEBUG" on receipt section. "PASCAL/ASSEM/DEBUG 11PAD60-10I ANJ1" on postcard. Part # AACL-REG01 BOR 2385
World of Objects book offer, Part # AACL-LAN15 BOR 2412
Object Oriented Programming magazine offer, AACL-LAN08B1BOR
3.5" disk order form, PART# AACL-ALL17 BOR 1058A
TUG Membership offer, AACL-LAN07
Runtime Library Source Code order form, PART # 11CL-PAS15 BOR 2066
CompuServer offer, PART # AACL-ALL01 BOR 0178C
Inside Turbo Pascal magazine offer, Part #11CL-PAS16
System Requirements:
IBM PS/2 and IBM Personal Computers and all 100% compatibles
PC-DOS (MS-DOS) 2.0 or later
512K RAM minimum (256K for command-line version)
Two floppy disk drives
Mouse support requires Microsoft Mouse or compatible, drive version 6.0 or later


Borland LEarn PRogramming Today with Turbo Pascal Video

Learn Programming Today with Turbo Pascal, 3.5", 5.25" and NTSC VHS cassette (Includes Turbo Pascal 6)


Borland Turbo Pascal 7.0Full version packaging. Education packages are identical to the full version, but have one of three sticker styles applied. Samples shown below:
Borland Turbo Pascal 7.0, <i>errore 146 turbo pascal</i>, EducationalBorland Turbo Pascal 7.0Borland Turbo Pascal 7.0, Educational

Turbo Pascal 7 -TP7.0 added the following to TP 6.0. TPX.exe which runs in Protected Mode. Syntax highlighting in the IDE. Open parameter in procedure and function calls. "PUBLIC" component for OOP. "INHERITED" for OOP. Constant Parameters in procedure and function calls. "BREAK" keyword. "CONTINUE" Keyword. TURBO Vision ver2.0

Turbo Pascal 7.01 - Four 720K diskettes with files dated 3/3/93 7:01:00am, errore 146 turbo pascal. Includes the following printed materials:
Box part #11PI-TPL01-70 BOR 4457, ISBN 0-87524-349-5 with box bottom label reading:
PASCAL
MEDIA TYPE: 3.5"DD
DISK SET.
System: DOS
Version 7.0
Manuals:
User's Guide,176 pages, Part #11MN-TPL02-70 BOR 4679
Programmer's Reference, 297 pages, Part #11MN-TPL03-70 BOR 4681
Language Guide, 307 pages, Part #11MN-TPL04-70 BOR 4680
Turbo Vision Programming Guide, 617 pages, Part #11MN-TPL01-70 BOR 4685


Borland Pascal with Objects 7.0

Borland Pascal with Objects 7.0 © 1992
Win/DOS - DPMI application creation. More than 85,000 lines-per-minute compile speed. Full access to all Windows functions and messages. Dynamic Link Libraries for DOS and Windows. C, C++ code can be linked as DLLs. Built-in assembler for speed and control. Math coprocessor and emulator support. Smart linker to remove unused objects and code. Public, private, and inherited keywords. Open array and string parameters. Constant parameters. 80386 instructions for 32-bit math operations. Optimized sets. Redundant load/store suppression. Faster string and file operations. Unlimited unit nesting. Includes: DOS and Windows Integrated Development Environments. Color syntax highlighting, Unlimited Undo/Redo, Errore 146 turbo pascal DOS, DPMI, or Windows, ObjectBrowser, On-line Turbo Help (hypertext system), Command line compiler, errore 146 turbo pascal, Turbo Debugger, Turbo Profiler, Turbo Assembler, Resource Workshop, Winsight/Winspector, Resource compiler, Help compiler, Windows CRT Unit, No Windows SDK required. Originally introduced at $500, or $150 for upgrades from Turbo Pascal.
A complete manual set should include the following:
Turbo Assembler User's Guide, 386 pages, Part #11MN-BPL08-70 BOR 4704
Turbo Assembler Quick Reference Guide (TASM 3.2?), 150 Pages, wire bound, errore 146 turbo pascal, PART #15MN-BPL10-70 BOR 4703
Turbo Debugger, 415 pages, Errore 146 turbo pascal #11MN-BPL07-70 BOR 4706
Turbo Profiler, 225 pages, Part #11MN-BPL06-70 BOR 4705
Turbo Vision Programming Guide, 618 pages, Part #11MN-TPL01-70 BOR 4685
Resource Workshop User's Guide, 332 pages, Part #11MN-BPL09-70 BOR 4702
Borland Pascal with Objects Language Guide, 371 pages, Part #11MN-BPL03-70 BOR 4684
Borland Pascal with Objects Tools and Utilities Guide, 171 pages, Part #11MN-BPL05-70 BOR 4688
Borland Pascal with Objects User's Guide, 222 pages, Part #11MN-BPL01-70 BOR 4683
Object Windows Programming Guide, 497 pages, Part #11MN-BPL04-70 BOR 4686
Borland Pascal with Objects Programmer's Reference, 373 pages, Part #11MN-BPL02-70 BOR 4687
Diskettes include: Borland Pascal with Objects (install - 10), and " OWL, Turbo Vision and Runtime Library Source, Borland PASCAL with Objects 7.0 Bonus Disk"
System Requirements:
IBM Personal Computer and 100% compatibles
Hard disk required
Protected-mode support requires 80286 or higher processor, 2MB of memory
Windows support requires Microsoft Windows 3.0 or later, 2MB of memory and 80286 or higher processor
EGA, Hercules or VGA graphics
Mouse


Borland Pascal with Objects 7.01 - 7.01 is a "silent maintenance release", i.e. if you bought 7.0 you may have actually purchased 7.01. Check the file times of your installation. 7.00 is dated 10/27/92 with a time of 07:00. 7.01 should be dated 3/9/93 with a time stamp of 07:01. The 7.01 CD is labeled BOR 4838 with inkjet label MA917B10002011. 7.01 eliminates some bugs in the compiler itself (some range and overflow checks with byte and shortint were implemented incorrectly), in the run time library and in the Turbo Vision sources. At the time it appeared (March 1993) you got it from Borland (Inprise) if you were a registered user. The only severe bug which was eliminated was the shift bug (SHL and SHR) for _longint_ operands with shift values between 16 and 31, which are unreliable if the code is executed on a 386+. On some processors they produce garbage -- on some processors they work. The implementors of 7.0 used a 386 opcode which would produce an undefined result under these circumstances. A solution to avoid this bug with 7.0 is to introduce a global variable. Save8086:byte; and surround parts of code using these SHIFT types (SHL or SHR) by Errore 146 turbo pascal Test8086:=0; { Your code } Test8086:=Save8086; This will slow down the SHIFTs but they are correct because they will be executed using 16-bit registers with the correct TP 4.0-6.0 implementation.

Bug of the bug fixes in 7.01, according to Jim Higgins:
1. Some range and overflow checks with byte and shortint which were implemented incorrectly in both the RTL and
TurboVision.
2. A bug involving the shift (SHL and SHR) instructions for longint operands with shift values between 16 and 31 gave wrong results when run on a 386/486 (and maybe a Pentium) processor.
3. GetDir did not return an invalid drive error (error 15) when called with a nonexistent drive.
4. For programs compiled with $N+, there was a problem with properly identifying/differentiating true INFs and NaNs.
5. The EXP function when used for very small REAL arguments could signal overflow rather than underflow to zero.
6. There was some sort of problem converting denormals to true zeros when using an 8087 coprocessor.
7. Denormals in EXTENDED format were not properly converted to decimals by the Str and Write routines.
8. Initialization emc2 rtai error did not check properly so as to prevent programs compiled for the 286 with $G+ directive from
running on an 8086/88.


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Turbo Pascal for Windows 1.0, Standard, © 1991-Four 720K 3.5" disks labeled PART# 11LB-TPW02 BOR 2106

Turbo Pascal for Windows 1.0

Turbo Pascal for Windows 1.0 (Professional?) - box rear ISBN 0-87524-227-8. PART # 11PK-TPW01-10. White label reads Item: 11FS-TPW33-10 Version: 1.0
The package I opened contained three 1.2MB diskettes title "Turbo Pascal for Windows" with diskette PART# 11LB-TPW01 BOR 2105. It also contained five 360K "Turbo Pascal Professional" diskettes PART# 11LB-TPP01 BOR 2033. Also includes three 360K Turbo Debugger 2.02 disks, PART# 15LB-ASD03 BOR0850, with files dated 3/13/91 2:02am. Two 360K Turbo Assembler 2.02 disks PART# 15LB-ASD01 BOR 0855, with files dated 3/13/91 2:02am. One 360K Turbo Profiler disk PART # 15LB-PFL01 BOR 1484.
Printed materials:
Borland Et Cetera catalog, fourth edition
No-Nonsense License Statement, PART # AACL-LAN13 BOR 1352D
Registration card overwritten "11FG-TPW33-10, PASCAL WINDOWS" on stub. Part # AACL-ALL13 BOR 1398
Read Me First! Registration promotion, PART # AACL-ALL24 BOR 1401A
CompuServe offer, PART # AACL-ALL01 BOR 0178C
Turbo Pascal for Windows Library Source Code offer, PART # 11CL-PAS20 BOR 2204
Turbo User Group membership offer, AACL-LAN07
Inside Turbo Pascal publication offer, Part #11CL-PAS16
Journal of Object-Oriented Programming offer, B1BOR
3.5" disk order form, errore 146 turbo pascal, PART # AACL-ALL17 BOR 1058A
Manuals:
Windows Programming guide, 384 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW04-10 BOR 2108
Whitewater Resource Toolkit, 131 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW06-10 BOR 2107
Borland Languages Help Compiler, 88 pages, PART # AAMN-LAN01 BOR 2279
User's Guide, 197 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW01-10 BOR 2112
Turbo Debugger for Windows User's Guide, 338 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW05-10 BOR 2111
Programmer's Guide, 436 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW03-10 BOR 2109
Windows Reference Guide, 512 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW02-10 BOR 2110

System Requirements

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Borland Turbo Pascal 1.5 for Windows

Turbo Pascal for Windows 1.5
Nine 720K diskettes labeled PART # 11LB-TPW04 BOR 4010
and the following manuals:
Turbo Pascal for Windows, Windows Programming Guide, 348 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW04-10 BOR 2108
Turbo Pascal for Windows, Programmer's Guide, 436 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW03-10 BOR 2109
Turbo Pascal for Windows, Windows Reference Guide, 512 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW02-10 BOR 2110
Turbo Debugger for Windows (version 3.1), User's Guide, 268 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW01-15 BOR 2111
Turbo Pascal for Windows, User's Guide, 197 pages, PART # 11MN-TPW01-10 BOR 2112
Resource Workshop, User's Guide, 287 pages, Part # 14MN-RWS01-10 BOR 2434 (2434.1 and 2434A versions also exist)
Borland Languages and Compilers, 88 pages, PART # AAMN-LAN01 BOR 2279
Box label: Part #11PK-TPW01-15 BOR 3828K, ISBN 0-87524-335-5

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Role of pinnae and head movements in localizing pure tones

1The authors would like to thank Mr. Remi Humbert for implementing the experiment in Turbo Pascal and for his further assistance.

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