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Irie Pascal - Introduction

Teaching/Learning Pascal programming

The Irie Pascal compiler fully supports Standard Pascal (the "teaching" language) making it a great choice for use in courses like:

  • "Introduction to Programming" or
  • "Data Structures".

Irie Pascal is also a great choice, if you want to get back those Pascal programming skills you lost temporarily misplaced years ago.

Can I use Irie Pascal for business?

Yes, Irie Pascal adds many extensions to Standard Pascal (for working with files, strings, databases, etc) and these extensions make it pretty easy to write programs for what used to be called "data processing" or "batch processing".

For example, do you have a program that needs to read some data from a file, but that file is not in the correct format? Does someone (hopefully not you) have to manually edit the file to get into the correct format?

Well, Irie Pascal makes it pretty easy to write programs to automate these kinds of jobs.

Will it work with my operating system?

Yes, if your operating system is one of these.

Windows 95 or later
Windows Vista*no online help
Windows 7*not yet tested
Red Hat 4
Red Hat 5
Version 7 or later
Version 7 or later
Version 4.9 or later

Is this a full compiler?

Yes, this is no "toy" compiler that breaks as soon as you start to depend on it. Irie Pascal is a full implementation of the Pascal programming laguage.

How much does it cost?

A single license to use Irie Pascal on any of the supported operating systems is just US$79.99

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Can I try it for free?

Yes, you can download a free trial version. No need to register or fill out any silly forms, just download and install. The trial version has the following limitations.

  • The trial version generates programs that expire the day after they are compiled.
  • There is a limit on the size of the programs that can be generated by the trial version.

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What happens if I have a question?

If you have a question, please feel free to ask it. All questions are welcome (even if you haven't bought a license and don't intend to).

Questions are usually answered within 24 hours.

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