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Old 08-14-2012, 05:22 PM
Default Looking for interactive programming with simple graphics like old CoCo BASIC or turbo pascal

On Mon, 13 Aug 2012 22:32:43 +0900, Joel Rees wrote:

> I'm trying to show my son how to use his computer to help him solve his
> high school math. He's in his second year at an engineering/technology
> prep high school here in the Kansai area of Japan and has trouble seeing
> the reasons for the methods of solution they are trying to teach him by
> rote.
> heh.
> Anyway, what I'm looking for is something that will allow him to loop
> through the equations and watch the results. Numbers are easy, of
> course. Perl (his only language so far) gets us that far.


How about Free Pascal and the Lazarus IDE? As I have understood, it's the
linux counterpart for Turbo Pascal :-?



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