Preface; 1. Principles; 2. Rudiments; 3. Syntax; 4. Arithmetic; 5. Control; 6. Functions and procedures; 7. Types and sets; 8. Arrays and strings; 9. Records; 10. Files; 11. Interactive input; 12. Dynamic storage; 13. Dynamic strings; Bibliography; Quick reference; Index.
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