I am seachcing a free pascal editor if someone known a web site just called me 
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This newsgroup discusses the C language, not the Pascal language.

Any text editor will do. I think you meant 'compiler', not 'editor'.

Try a Pascal newsgroup.

Hmmm, let's see:

Spelling errors: 1 pf.
Asking non-C question: 1 pf. (The rules say C++, but Pascal isn't C either.)
Not cross-posted to appropriate newsgroup: 1 pf.
Doesn't understand why it's off-topic (okay, I'm guessing): 2 pf.
Posting questions without included source code: 3 pf.
No evidence of thought before posting: 5 pf.
Demanding an answer (no 'please'): 5 pf.
Poster has neither read nor heard of FAQs (again, I'm guessing): 10pf

It would appear that the rules don't cover questions about Pascal
particularly well! Still, I managed to get


That's 0.67 seebs in one posting. Impressive. >*Hic!*<

Has to be an AFJ. Surely!


Richard Heathfield

"Usenet is a strange place" - Dennis M Ritchie, 29 July 1999.

Wed, 18 Sep 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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