> btw, several people keep mentioning pascal. i suspect none of us was
> unlucky enough to code in the original pascal. borland's turbo pascal
> was pascal with a nice environment to develop in. and i think it made a
> great teaching language.
Much of my programming is still pascal, in Borland's Delphi & Kylix, which will probably still compile your 20-year old Turbo Pascal code. Just pick "Console application" for your new project type and type in your non-GUI pascal code. Pascal has not lapsed or hit a dead-end.
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