Turbo Pascal 7.1

Category: System
Year: 2020
Manufacturer: Borland Software
Localization: EN

Files to download

#3740[DOS_Application]_Borland_-_Turbo_Pascal_7.1_-_Distribution_CD.zip2 MB0xBD254A85

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On Wednesday May 29, 2019 jwzumwalt said:

This does not allow you to save a compiled EXE or COM file :(

On Friday April 20, 2018 Andy Torrealba said:

This version of Borland Turbo Pascal 7.1 is not completed I wanna version BTP for Windows 7.0 Full versiĆ³n, Thank you very much.

On Thursday September 22, 2016 dude1969 said:

I downloaded it and it is says it is v7.0 when i run turbo.exe

On Monday November 3, 2014 Yulana Leri said:

Saw some of you guys runnning this on dosbox.
For those of you not using DOS graphics, there is a modification of DOSBOX called VDOS, spcifically for Text mode programs. TP7 IDE, as well as most other DOS programs run better than ever before with 50 lines of Cleartype Consolas font.... check it out.
BTW... Is TP71 an official release of turbo pascal? I find no info on such version when I am trying to find what's changed since 7.0?

On Wednesday March 5, 2014 Enya Andrea Ribba Hernandez said:

this CD need to patch CRT.exe to avoid Error 200 by zero in Windows

On Saturday July 27, 2013  said:

TP7.1 runing on my Windows Seven 64 Bit
with D-Fend-Reloaded and DOSbox 0.74


On Monday September 10, 2012 al tracker said:

This is an installed directory of turbo pascal v7.1. It runs ok in a win XP command prompt window. Good supplement to the v7.01 install disks.

On Saturday August 7, 2010 butterpecan said:

Thanks! Im not sure this is any kind of official distro. I dont see any setup/install type programs or readme/release type docs.
This looks like a pre-installed version.
I doubt Borland would have distributed software in this manner in '97.
I would go with the disk set if your looking for a full installation.

On Wednesday February 25, 2009 Hobbes said:

This is Borland Turbo Pascal 7.1 from 1997.

On Thursday November 15, 2007 julian_atanasoae_msn@hotmail.com (guest) said:

This is a programming environment.