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copying syntax from web browser to pascal -how to?

viv.viv. Posts: 72Member
copying syntax from web browser to pascal -how to?
like to copy someones program code on this site to my pascal,
i use turbo 7

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  • zibadianzibadian Posts: 6,349Member
    : copying syntax from web browser to pascal -how to?
    : like to copy someones program code on this site to my pascal,
    : i use turbo 7
    :
    :
    Simply copy the code into the notepad and save it as a .pas file. Then you can open it with pascal itself.
  • jasonpsagejasonpsage Posts: 37Member
    : : copying syntax from web browser to pascal -how to?
    : : like to copy someones program code on this site to my pascal,
    : : i use turbo 7
    : :
    : :
    : Simply copy the code into the notepad and save it as a .pas file. Then you can open it with pascal itself.
    :
    Yeah, and don't try to do that with Your Internet Browser's "View Source" or "View Encoding". Highlight the code you want with the mouse, Then from your internet browser's menu, navigate to and click: Edit->Copy

    Then do like Z-Man Said, by opening NotePad (for example), Then Navigate to and click: Edit->Paste.

    From there you should be able to save it as a file with the PAS file extension and be able to play with it.



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