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Latest revision as of 09:08, 2 April 2021

Object Pascal is a collective term for Pascal dialects that have features which allow object-oriented programming (OOP). The first Pascal versions supporting OOP were Clascal and Macintosh Pascal. More modern implementations extend the class model as in Delphi and Free Pascal.

The first implementation of Object Pascal was developed by Larry Tesler at Apple Computer in collaboration with Niklaus Wirth.

Object Pascal implementations

This is a (probably incomplete) list of IDEs, compilers and dialects supporting Object Pascal:

Free Pascal modes for Object Pascal

The following modes support development with Object Pascal syntax with Free Pascal:

See also

References

  1. Tesler, Larry (1985). "Object Pascal Report". Structured Language World. 9 (3): 10–7.