|Developer||, Thomas Helbig|
|Publisher||Abacus Software, Data Becker, First Publishing Ltd.|
|Genre||Programming in Pascal|
Description[edit | edit source]
Pascal for the Commodore 64 (or short: Pascal 64) is a development system for Pascal. It contains one 5,25" floppy disk with the "Pascal 64 Compiler" and a manual binder round about 70 pages.
From the Preface page: "Pascal 64 contains even more capabilities which make use of the special features of the Commodore 64. Procedures are included for working with high-resolution graphics and sprites. In addition, Pascal 64 allows you to make complete and efficient use of the relative data management capabilities of your disk drive. Pascal 64 allows you to use strings of any desired length. Programs created by Pascal 64 are 10-20 times faster than equivalent programs written in BASIC, or even 30 times faster in some cases because Pascal 64 creates actual machine code."
Shipment[edit | edit source]
The developement system contains one 5,25" floppy disks.
Hardware Specifications[edit | edit source]
Documentation[edit | edit source]
The documentation of Pascal 64 is a 70-pages large manual.
Literature[edit | edit source]
- Gref Dykema (Translator): "PASCAL-64 - Complete Pascal Compiler for the COMMODORE 64" - Manual, First Publishing Ltd., 1984; ISBN 0-948015-071