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- 07-17-2008, 11:01 PM #2
Technically, you can't. At least if you consider some basic OO ideas, like overloading and message passing.
However, in reality, OO is just syntactic sugar. Its a coding convention to force specific ideas, specifically encapsulation and dynamic dispatching. And you can implement them in any language, or at least any language based on Von Neumann designs.
I once wrote a recursive descent parser in Cobol, and Cobol doesn't have recursion.
If you want a C-like language with OO, look at Objective C, C++, C#, or Java.
Pascal is dead. It was designed as a limited language for teaching CS 101.
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