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3.4.1 Creating new programs

Creating the program text

You need to use a text editor (not included with the Linux Edition of Irie Pascal) to create the text for your Irie Pascal programs. NOTE: Linux usually includes at least two text editors (i.e. vi and emacs) that you can use with Irie Pascal.

Compiling your programs

You use the command-line compiler (i.e. ipc.exe) to compile the text of your Irie Pascal programs into executable files (see using the command-line compiler for more information).

Running your programs

You use the command-line interpreter (i.e. ivm.exe) to run the executable files created by the compiler (see using the interpreter for more information).

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