Introduction to OOP
Chapter 4: Classes and Methods:
We will consider two dialects of Pascal, both descended from the earlier language.
Apple Object Pascal: Defined by Apple Computer, once widely used on the Macintosh, now much less commonly used.
Delphi Pascal: Defined by Borland on the PC, still fairly widely used on that plaform. (Called Kylix on the Linux platform).
Many similaries due to the common heritage, but some important differences.
(We consider only the language aspects of Delphi, there are many other features related to its visual interface that we will not describe).
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