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  • Pascal

    I know the PASCAL programming language was developed as a training language. Does it have other uses today? Or is it pretty much obsolete now?

  • #2

    It's still being used today...



    • #3
      Object Pascal is still used for developing Windows applications. A cross-platform version called Free Pascal, with the Lazarus IDE, is popular with Linux users since it promises write once, compile anywhere, development.
      Pascal (programming language) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


      • #4
        I would put much effort on it. Focus on Php and Java.


        • #5
          Originally posted by peleus View Post
          I would put much effort on it. Focus on Php and Java.
          Unfortunately, in recent years, the flexibility and wide implementation of Java has made it a target of hackers
          Java accounted for 91 percent of Web exploits tallied -- and 14 percent of all successful PC exploits -- in Cisco Systems' recent 2014 Annual Security Report, far outpacing Adobe Flash and PDF documents, the other major "popular vectors for criminal activity," the report states.