It supports its own Object Pascal dialect as well as the dialects of several other Pascal family compilers to a certain extent, including those of Turbo Pascal, Delphi, and some historical Macintosh compilers.The dialect is selected on a per-unit (module) basis, and more than one dialect can be used per program.
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) is a free, portable and open source compiler for Pascal and Object Pascal languages.
It follows a write once, compile anywhere philosophy, and is available for many CPU architectures and operating systems (see Targets).
It supports integrated assembly language and an internal assembler in several dialects.