Start programming using Object Pascal
by Motaz Abdel Azeem
Number of pages: 150
This book is written for programmers who want to learn Object Pascal Language. It is also suitable as a first programming book for new students and non-programmers. It illustrates general programming techniques in addition to Object Pascal Language.
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