|Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia email@example.com (Arne Frick) (1997-11-24)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia firstname.lastname@example.org (Gregory Bond) (1997-11-28)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia email@example.com (1997-11-28)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-11-28)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia email@example.com (W. Craig Trader) (1997-11-28)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia firstname.lastname@example.org (Stephen S. Mitchell) (1997-11-29)|
|Re: Turbo Pascal 1.0 trivia email@example.com (laurie boshell) (1997-11-29)|
|[6 later articles]|
|From:||Arne Frick <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||24 Nov 1997 23:38:05 -0500|
|Organization:||ILK Internet GmbH, Karlsruhe, BRD|
I am interested in the answer to the following question and couldn't
find anything on the net.
Remember the original Turbo Pascal for CP/M compiler from Borland? A
colleague claims it was based on p-code, but my memory tells me
otherwise. As far as I remember, it was the first native-code
compiler for Pascal at the time.
Anyone who remembers facts or who can give me a pointer?
[As I recall, it was native code. UCSD Pascal was P-code. -John]
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