Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 | Windows 8 | 8.1[32bit-64bit] FullScreen Single Installer

By | April 27, 2014

Hello Friends, recently while searching on the internet i came across this thing called as Borland Turbo Pascal 7.0 which is an IDE cum Compiler for running and compiling Pascal language .pas files, Although pascal is taken to be one of the dead programming languages, Pascal is still used widely for education purposes due to its similarities with C and easier to understand programming structures and flows.  but as Turbo Pascal 7 doesn’t work on 64bit OS such as Windows 7/8/8.1 and it works small window in 32bit OS , i have created this installer — >  Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7|8|8.1 by TechApple.Net

Salient Features of this installer are

  • Easy to use , and user friendly Borland Turbo Pascal 7 is used and that too runs fullscreen!
  • World’s most preferred Simple Pascal Language Compiler..that too on a single click installer !!
  • Works On All Versions of Windows, Windows 98,Windows 2000,Windows XP,Windows 7 [64 bit as well as 32 bit] As Well as Windows 8 and 8.1 too [both 64bit and 32 bit]
  • No need of installing DoSBoX and configuring or mounting anything! Everything right from DosBox to running turbo Pascal is built-in and the installer processes it automatically!
  • Thus , everything is automatic bundled in a single installer!
  • Useful For Students as well as Teachers and Professionals.
  • You can save the program directly within it,and open it next time From the Software itself for editing/Use.
  • You can Change the Units and TPDU Directories from the IDE if you want to..
  • Easy and Efficient Pascal Programming.

Download it here –

Click here to Dowload Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 | Windows 8 |8.1  32bit and 64bit by Techapple.Net

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Installation Guide :

Its rather pretty simple,Just Open the installer and simply keep on clicking Next, Just Don’t change the default installation directory “c:\TP7\”

Screenshots — >

Successful Installation and Full Screen Working of Turbo Pascal 7 –>


Successul Compilation of Sample HelloWorld Pascal Program in Turbo Pascal 7 –>

 

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Support :

  • Double click the Turbo Pascal icon on the Desktop for Execution
  • If it Doesn’t run Full-screen simply give the command “Alt + Enter” To Open in Full-screen

30 thoughts on “Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7 | Windows 8 | 8.1[32bit-64bit] FullScreen Single Installer

  1. Zero Cool

    Thank you, but, where is it saving our compiled programs?

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    1. Chaitanya Post author

      Thanks AA, but the compile result should be shown by default as shown in the screenshot, can you tell the Operating System Version you are using?

      Reply
  2. Ted

    Hi, the cursor seems to be stuck on the DosBox window and cannot move, say, to the tutorial window to follow along. I am using Windows7. Also, if I highlight a text field in one of the tutorial windows, and copy that text to the clipboard, then I cannot paste into the DosBox TP7 window. Is there a way of doing this?
    BTW, I found a work-around for the first issue: hit [shift]+[ctrl]+[esc] and the cursor will be free and the DosBox will resize to a smaller window which is no longer re-sizable. Must be a better way.

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    1. Chaitanya Post author

      Actually Copy-Pasting the Text through the Window won’t work :( However, you can copy-paste into a notepad file,save it in the bin folder and then open it through the Turbo Pascal, it will work :) , And if using Windows 7 The cursor should not get stuck by default :( , as the cursor bug is present only for some Windows 8.1 users., can you tell whether the Windows 7 you are using is 32-bit one or 64-bit one, depending upon it,we will give a better solution for the same :)

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  3. Ted

    I’m with Zero Cool above, I cannot find the .exe file even thou I get the success message after F9. Searching all drives and folders shows no file by the name of my source code. What gives? Also, it seems that TP7 truncates the file name to eight characters long. Is this a true limitation?

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    1. Chaitanya Post author

      Yes, its a true Limitation on the part of the Developers of TP7 :( . The exe or soucrce will be present in the TP7\bin Folder

      Reply
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  5. Fernando

    Im trying to use some .tpu files , but i cant make it work , i try put the addres in directories, didnt work, trying puttin in units folder,still didnt work, any help?

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  6. Revnic Robert-Nick

    Thank you very much.I had a lot of problems with DOS Box,but now it’s configured by you.Good job!

    Reply
  7. Peter Vogel

    Noticing keyboard problems with this. Right-shift not generating right parenthesis (brackets) and can’t generate quotation marks at all.

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  8. Arya Sentana

    I HAVE PROBLEM invaild extension if i’m open the turbo pascal shortcut on my desktop… please help me i need turbo pascal for study

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    1. Chaitanya Post author

      Arya , No issue, before I can help you further can you please check and try the Shortcut from your “C:\TP7\” folder ?

      Reply
  9. Colin Hollyman

    I am trying to compile and run a program which I wrote several years ago using version 5. (I know that I may need to modify it), but the downloaded version does not recognise the “Uses Graph” (i.e graph TPU). suggestions please!

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  10. Revnic Robert-Nick

    I installed this program and worked.But I still have a problem with it:i can’t change the default directory.How can I change it?

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  11. Arne Jensen

    I made some Turbo Pascal programs for more than 10 years ago. Recently my 64 bits HP workstation was upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7, but the old programs do not run anymore because of compatibility problems.

    Now i have installed the Turbo Pascal 7 for Windows 7. From the fullscreen editor it can run and compile the old source files, but when trying to run the generated exe-files directly, there is still compatibility problems. Right-click on the files and select Windos 7 compatibility do not help. The settings still seems to be for Windows XP (Service Pack 2).

    How can this problem be solved?

    Reply
    1. Chaitanya Post author

      Hello Arne Jensen,
      actually we are running the Turbo Pascal in an emulated environment as 16-bit programs cannot natively run in 64-bit environment :( , so those programs cannot be run directly :( , but we can run those in DosBox emulator like this Turbo Pascal

      Reply
  12. kevin

    why cant i find compiled and maked files…so silly tp7…my sourced codes i cant find them.i used a different intaller….i read above that they are hidden to protect them… to protect the files from what?..rain?..meteor shower?

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    1. keivn

      now i’ll have to re-type everything onto tp6,..so as to retrieve my files..

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      1. keivn

        OH WAIT..found them.in some C:\Users\MAIN\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\TP\WORK who on earth would go to that location to search for his compiled programs….to find where tp7 is hiding your stuff guys, just search for them in the search dialogue box for the entire drive C:..apparently mine were hidden in an underground directory for virtual files in-case of some kind of nuclear fallout..XD…and pascal is really cool, easier than C++,and im using it to make commercial softwares..so much for ‘outdated’.

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