There are many books and resources about Pascal out there, but too many of themtalk about the old Pascal, without classes, units or generics.
So I wrote this quick introduction to what I call modern Object Pascal. Most of theprogrammers using it don't really call it "modern Object Pascal", we just call it "ourPascal". But when introducing the language, I feel it's important to emphasize that it'sa modern, object-oriented language. It evolved a lot since the old (Turbo) Pascal thatmany people learned in schools long time ago. Feature-wise, it's quite similar to C++ or Java or C#.
This open book is licensed under a GNU Free Documentation License (GNU FDL). You can download Modern Object Pascal Introduction for Programmers ebook for free in PDF format (0.5 MB).
Table of Contents
Various language features
Advanced classes features
Modern Object Pascal Introduction for Programmers
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