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  • brizeux
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    We were searching at french CNRS, an easy to use, interoperational (Windows+Linux), IDE based on PASCAL to write interactive, pixel visualization for the scientific field ( Monte-Carlo pixel simulations, E.D.O., P.D.E., Cristallography, Non-linear chemical reactions, Quantum Mechanics electronic density results). We found it : You let the computer team of your lab setup Free Pascal Compiler (FPC : fp-ide , not "Lazarus") +PTCPas (uses ptccrt+ptcgraph units) on both Linux+Windows systems, you write only 1 source in "pure" Borland PASCAL, and without changing anything it runs on the different systems (Win7, Ubuntu) of your PC... Merci, Merci beaucoup pour cette très belle et très utile réalisation.

    Posted 07/02/2014
  • jonahbailey
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    Nice and simple.

    Posted 02/17/2013
  • isaiahharrison
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    merci beaucoup

    Posted 01/22/2013
  • kinduncan
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    great lib, thanks to developers, it's pretty fast!

    Posted 08/03/2012
  • tailkinker1972
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    It's quick, easy, relatively portable, and I like it a lot. Add to this the fact that you can take any archaic code you have that uses graph, change it to use ptcgraph and ptccrt, and POOF! It works again!

    Posted 02/20/2011