Learn Pascal Programming Tutorial
This complete course progressively introduces the basics of programming. The support language is Pascal and the development environment chosen by the author is Lazarus.
In the first part are gathered useful notions to introduce before starting properly the course of programming. The following sections are devoted to subroutines, control structures, tables, structured types, and files, respectively.
Table of contents
- Lesson 1 - Introduction to Pascal
- About Pascal
- What you will need
- Your first program
- More commands
- Using commands from units
- Lesson 2 - Colors, Coordinates, Windows and Sound
- Screen coordinates
- Lesson 3 - Variables and Constants
- What are variables?
- Using variables
- Calculations with variables
- Lesson 4 - String Handling and Conversions
- Lesson 5 - Decisions
- if then else
- Lesson 6 - Loops
- For loop
- While loop
- Repeat until loop
- Break and Continue
- Lesson 7 - Arrays
- Sorting arrays
- Lesson 8 - Types, Records and Sets
- Lesson 9 - Procedures and Functions
- Global and Local variables
- Lesson 10 - Text Files
- Lesson 11 - Data Files
- Lesson 12 - Units
- Lesson 13 - Pointers
- What is a pointer?
- Declaring and using typed pointers
- Lesson 14 - Linked Lists
- What is a linked list
- Single linked lists
The Pascal programming language was created by Niklaus Wirth in 1970. It was named after Blaise Pascal, a famous French Mathematician. It was made as a language to teach programming and to be reliable and efficient. Pascal has since become more than just an academic language and is now used commercially.
What you will need
Before you start learning Pascal, you will need a Pascal compiler. This tutorial uses the Free Pascal Compiler. You can find a list of other Pascal compilers at TheFreeCountry's Pascal compiler list.
Your first program
The first thing to do is to either open your IDE if your compiler comes with one or open a text editor.
We always start a program by typing its name. Type program and the name of the program next to it. We will call our first program "Hello" because it is going to print the words "Hello world" on the screen.
Next we will type begin and end. We are going to type the main body of the program
between these 2 keywords. Remember to put the full stop after the end.
The Write command prints words on the screen.
You will see that the "Hello world" is between single quotes. This is because it is what is called a string. All strings must be like this. The semi-colon at the end of the line is a statement separator. You must always remember to put it at the end of the line.
|File type :|
Take advantage of this course called Learn Pascal Programming Tutorial to improve your Programming skills and better understand Pascal.
This course is adapted to your level as well as all Pascal pdf courses to better enrich your knowledge.
All you need to do is download the training document, open it and start learning Pascal for free.
This tutorial has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand basic Pascal Programming. After completing this tutorial you will find yourself at a moderate level of expertise in Pascal from where you can take yourself to next levels.
This tutorial is designed for Pascal students who are completely unaware of Pascal concepts but they have basic understanding on Programming training.
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