From Evgeny A. Eremin:
ComPas is not traditional tool to translate Pascal programs - it's an educational compiler. The main purpose of this software is to show how compiler works - what is variable, how different types of cycle are realized and so on. The results of translation can be seen on the display screen as a set of demonstrative tables with easy navigation. Compiler can make two types of codes - for special educational processor E97 and Intel code.
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