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Start programming using Object PascalStart programming using Object Pascal
by Motaz Abdel Azeem , 2012
This book is written for programmers who want to learn Object Pascal Language. It is also suitable as a first programming book for new students and non-programmers. It illustrates general programming techniques in addition to Object Pascal Language.

The Pascal Programming LanguageThe Pascal Programming Language
by Bill Catambay - Academic Press , 2001
A review of the Pascal programming language. It addresses the origin of the language, architecture, and language standards. The author confronts the major criticisms of the language, explaining the inaccuracy of the many myths about Pascal.

Learning Object Oriented Programming with DelphiLearning Object Oriented Programming with Delphi
by Zarko Gajic - About.com , 1998
From the table of contents: introduction to OO basics, class inheritance, classes and objects, the sender parameter and substitution, type inheritance, indirection, association and composition, patterns for varying behaviour, bidirectional links, etc.

Free Pascal Reference GuideFree Pascal Reference Guide
by Michael Van Canneyt - freepascal.org , 2015
This document serves as the reference for the Pascal language as implemented by the Free Pascal compiler. It describes all Pascal constructs supported by Free Pascal, and lists all supported data types. It is not a tutorial, however.

Essential PascalEssential Pascal
by Marco Cantu - CreateSpace , 2008
An introduction to the Pascal language, as found in Delphi and other development tools. The book is focused on the core Pascal language, with some references to differences or similarities in Delphi for .Net, in Chrome, and in Free Pascal.

Essential DelphiEssential Delphi
by Marco Cantu , 2002
A friendly introductory guide to Borland Delphi: a form is a window, highlights of the Delphi environment, the object repository and the Delphi wizards, a tour of the basic components, creating and handling menus, multimedia fun, and more.