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Comparison of Pascal and Borland Delphi

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  1. Because Borland Delphi is a widely used version of Pascal, it is useful to compare the two languages

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  2. This article is a comparison between Pascal and Borland Delphi because Borland uses the name "Delphi" exclusively for their version of the computer language

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  3. Pascal is a programming language, developed in 1970 by Niklaus Wirth

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  4. An alternative dialect was created by Borland Corporation

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  5. This page briefly goes over the differences between those dialects of the language

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