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Pascal Programming Made Simple

Pascal Programming Made Simple (Made Simple Computer)
Paperback
Author: P.K. McBride
Publisher: Made Simple
Release Date: May 1997
ISBN-10: 0750632429
ISBN-13: 9780750632423

Reviews:
"I bought this book to help me with my AS Computing course as Pascal is one of the languages we have to learn. It was very helpful with nice code samples, well annotated lines and practise exercises. Worth every penny!

This is a great book for the beginner programmer wanting to learn something simple and quick, if you are starting pascal or delphi.

This book was an excellent read and further more an excellent reference book. Although I was not new to programming, I was new to pascal.

This book filters out the crap and really shows you what you need to know. If you are an a-level student needing help with pascal, get this book now.

It helped me to complete my project with ease.

With really great coverage of file organisation methods (serial, random, pointers etc) it really will help you."

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