Turbo Pascal Version 3.0 (PC, 5 1/4" Disk) Borland International - 1983 USA, Canada Release
Turbo Pascal Version 3.0
|Packaging||Book + Disk|
|Media||5 1/4" Disk|
|Category(s)||Programming, Programming Language, Pascal|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The Ultimate Pascal Development Environment.
Free MicroCalc Spreadsheet with Commented Source Code!
One-Step Compile: No hunting and fishing expeditions! Turbo finds the errors, takes you to them, lets you correct them, and instantly recompiles. You're off and running in record time.
Built-in Interactive Editor: WordStar-like easy editing lets you debug quickly.
Automatic Overlays: Fits big programs into small amounts of memory.
MicroCalc: A sample spreadsheet on your disk with ready-to-compile source code.
IBM PC Version: Supports Turtle Graphics, color, sound, full tree directories, window routines, input/output redirection, and much more.
The Critics' Choice:
"Language deal of the century... Turbo Pascal: it introduces a new programming environment and runs like magic." - Jeff Duntemann, PC Magazine
"Most Pascal compilers barely fit on a disk, but Turbo Pascal packs an editor, compiler, linker, and run-time library into just 39K bytes of random access memory." - Dave Garland, Popular Computing
"What I think the computer industry is headed for: well-documented, standard, plenty of good features, and a reasonable price." - Jerry Pournelle, BYTE
Look at Turbo Now!
- More than 500,000 users worldwide.
- Turbo Pascal is the de facto industry standard.
- Turbo Pascal won PC Magazine's award for technical excellence.
- Turbo Pascal named "Most Significant Product of the Year" by PC Week.
- Turbo Pascal 3.0- the fastest Pascal development environment on the planet, period.
Options for 16-Bit Systems: 8087 math co-processor support for intensive calculations. Binary Coded Decimals (BCD): eliminates round-off error! Amust for any serious business application. (No additional hardware required.)
PC CP/M 80 2.2
PC CP/M 86 1.1
PC MS-DOS 2.0