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Hey all, I know most answers I can ask for here here can probably found on Google or something, but I tend to remember things better if I'm answered directly and also Pascal seems to be buried deep in the internet.
Firstly, does anyone know of any up to date books for Pascal and possibly Delphi as well? I'm having trouble finding anything which wasn't wrote in the 90s, I know most of it still works but a lot of it just seems to be way too silly in the way they're laid out which doesn't seem to be a problem with most modern programming books, internet tutorials also would help.
Also, I was thinking about how confused I often get when writing even really simple programs, especially if I leave them for a while, does anyone know of a program which you can set out how you're going to code something before? Like a sort of flowchart program based on pseudo-code?
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