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What is IP Pascal?


A. IP is an interplatform Pascal. It supports the following platforms in its current configuration:

1. Windows/95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP.
2. Linux/86.

A port for Mac OS X is under way, and a port for Sun Solaris/Sparc is planned.

IP both provides, and itself is run, on a set of porting modules that allow IP, and its client programs, to run on any of the supported platforms without source change. To move within operating systems on the same machine type, only a relink is required. To move within different CPU based systems, a recompile and link is required.

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