Borland Pascal

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Borland Pascal
Basic data

developer Borland
Publishing year 1983
operating system MS-DOS , Windows
License proprietary
German speaking No

Borland Pascal is the advanced version of Turbo Pascal for professional use , a development environment for the programming language Pascal from Borland . In the last version 7.0 from 1992, which was later replaced by Delphi 1.0 , the following programs were included:

With this program package, the professional developer at that time had extensive tools for developing larger programs for the PC platform. Both DOS (Turbo and Borland Pascal) and Windows 3.1 (the then current Windows version) were supported.


  • Michael Starke: Borland Pascal 7.0. The book . TLC The Learning Companie, 1993, ISBN 3-89362-288-8 .
  • Karl-Hermann Rollke: The Borland Pascal 7.0 book . Sybex-Verlag, ISBN 3-89362-288-8 .
  • Reiner Schölles: The big book on Turbo and Borland PASCAL 7.0 . Data Becker, 1994, ISBN 3-89011-588-8 .
  • Irene Bauder, Jürgen Bär: Borland Pascal 7.0. The compendium. Introduction. Workbook. Reference book . Pearson Education, 1998, ISBN 3-87791-450-0 .