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The last update of the Web page on: 9 June 2002.
Solution for the When Delphi Project (it determines a date which is 7 days after a given date).
WhenPro.exe: Executable file for WHEN Delphi Project.
When.zip: A directory (A1) with all files of the WHEN Project, including Pascal source code.
Solution for the Tank Delphi Project (it determines whether a car's tank is full after purchasing a given amount of petrol).
TankPro.exe: Executable file for TANK Delphi Project.
Tank.zip: A directory (A1) containing all files of the TANK Project, including the Pascal source code.
Solution for the DayNo Delphi Project (it determines what is the current number of a given day of the year).
DayNoPro.exe: Executable file for DayNo Delphi Project.
DayNo.zip: A directory (A1) containing all files of the DayNo Project, including the Pascal source code.
Text of Delphi problems. (It contains descriptions of programming problems, for which which solutions are given here.)
Text of Assignment 1 (in WORD *.doc format).
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