Irie Pascal is designed for beginners, who want to learn to program in
Pascal, as well as for experienced programmers, who want to write small
to medium-sized applications (including CGI scripts).
Irie Pascal consists of a compiler and an interpreter The compiler
translates Pascal programs into Irie Virtual Machine executables (IVM
executables). IVM executables can be run on any computer platform on which the interpreter exists. Currently the interpreter exists on five computer platforms: Win32, DOS, Linux, OS/2, and FreeBSD.
Irie Pascal's ability to generate executables which run on multiple
platforms make it ideally suited for creating internet applications.
The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a simple but powerful protocol
for creating server side internet applications. Irie Pascal assists
the creation of CGI scripts with built-in support for decoding and
parsing URL encoded strings. Irie Pascal also supports the UNIX #! trick
that allows the location of the interpreter to be embedded inside the
script making it easier to execute the script from a URL, since the URL
need only refer to the script and not the interpreter.
Irie Pascal for OS/2 keywords:
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