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Essential Pascal by Marco Cantu

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Essential Pascal
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Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN/ASIN: 1440480117
ISBN-13: 9781440480119
Number of pages: 140

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Essential Pascal is an introduction to the basic features of the Pascal language, as found in Delphi and other modern development tools, from the best selling author of Mastering Delphi. The book has 140 pages and is focused on the core Pascal language (and not its OOP extensions), with some references to differences or similarities in Delphi for .Net, in Chrome, and in Free Pascal.

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