Lexical translator from Arabic to Latin PASCAL environment.
Aljuhaiman, Sadek Saleh
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The Lexical translator is a program written in Turbo PASCAL to generate a Latin PASCAL source code from an Arabic PASCAL source code. The Arabic code is written under a bilingual operating system transparent to the DOS on personal computers. The bilingual operating system compatibility as well as the Arabic characters' code values is investigated. The Latin code is fed into a computer to be compiled and run with a Latin interpreter (i.e.. Turbo PASCAL), in an Arabic environment.
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