GPC Keywords/Reserved Words
cbfalconer at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 1 01:48:09 CET 2001
Frank Heckenbach wrote:
> CBFalconer wrote:
> > > "Gloria, Jing" wrote:
> > >
> > > <<< line 226 Class is a GPC reserve word.
> > I think if you use --extended-pascal or --standard-pascal that
> > will go away. Info gpc should lead you straight to the applicable
> > documentation.
> Also, in the particular case of `view', I've disabled it as a
> reserved word in general contexts, so if you use the most current
> GPC, it should also work without these options.
Which brings me to the subject of defaults. In PascalP, after
much discussion with myself, I concluded that the proper default
was pure standard syntax, with access to extension standard
procedures. Such source, if compiled elsewhere, could always be
satisfied by providing the missing procedures/functions. If any
extended syntax was desired it was necessary to specifically
Maybe the appropriate default for GPC is --extended-pascal. Then
either compile time options or pseudo-comments could further
refine it. The user could always select a --gpc-pascal option
(which has no standard).
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