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Essential Pascal By Marco Cantu'
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Essential Pascal is an introduction to the basic features of the Pascal language, as found in Delphi and other modern development tools, from the best selling author of Mastering Delphi.
Doctor Pascal By Emile Zola
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Doctor Pascal (orig. French Le Docteur Pascal) is the twentieth and final novel of the Rougon-Macquart series by Emile Zola, first published in June 1893 by Charpentier. (Wikipedia)
pascal's Wager By Cornelius Barlascini
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You must of necessity choose. Let us weigh the gain and the loss in wagering that God is. If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing Pensees from number 233 This is Pascal‘s... More > wager. He thought it was 50-50. This book will improve your odds.< Less
pascal's Wager By Cornelius Barlascini
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You must of necessity choose. Let us weigh the gain and the loss in wagering that God is. If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing Pensees from number 233 This is Pascal‘s... More > wager. He thought it was 50-50. This book will improve your odds.< Less
Bubulcus and Pascal By Philip Riley
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This is an illustrated story about a cow and a cattle egret written in rhyming couplets. The content is based on direct observation and actual scientific facts about the cattle egret.
The Works of Blaise Pascal By Blaise Pascal
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This collection has all of the following works: Of the Geometrical Spirit Pensées The Provincial Letters The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal
The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal By Blaise Pascal
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In literature, Pascal is regarded as one of the most important authors of the French Classical Period and is read today as one of the greatest masters of French prose. His use of satire and wit... More > influenced later polemicists. The content of his literary work is best remembered for its strong opposition to the rationalism of René Descartes and simultaneous assertion that the main countervailing philosophy, empiricism, was also insufficient for determining major truths.< Less
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Learn Java by Association with Pascal By Dilip Dedhia
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Welcome to the Learn Java by Association with Pascal. This book developed from the author’s experience teaching the Java programming language to those who already know some other programming... More > language. The present compilation has been put together from the user’s point of view. It is intended to help programmers learn a new programming language by association – by looking at a familiar language that they already know and quickly seeing how the same tasks can be performed in Java. To that end, this is a collection of basic language features rather than a comprehensive comparison of the programming languages.< Less
Pascal Programming - A Beginner's Course By Noel Kalicharan
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This book is intended for anyone who is learning programming for the first time. The main goal is to teach fundamental programming principles using Pascal, a popular programming language in schools.... More > However, the emphasis is more on programming basics than on Pascal. Basic programming proficiency requires that you know, at least, the following: the primitive data types of the language (integer, floating-point, character); how to write input/output statements; how to write conditional statements (if, if...else); how to write looping statements (while, for); how to write functions and how to declare and use arrays. But, more importantly, you need to be able to write programs to solve problems using these features. This book explains all of the above in an easy, conversational style. The only way to learn programming well is to write programs. The end-of-chapter exercises are a very rich source of problems, a result of the author’s more than 30 years in the teaching of programming.< Less