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This chapter is still under development.
This chapter tells you how the source of a valid GNU Pascal program should look like. You can use it as tutorial about the GNU Pascal language, but since the main goal is to document all special GPC features, implementation-dependent stuff, etc., expect a steep learning curve.
This chapter does not cover how to compile your programs and to produce an executable – this is discussed above in Invoking GPC.