Real Programmers Don't Use Pascal

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Real Programmers Don't Use Pascal is an essay about computer programming written by Ed Post, Tektronix, Inc., Wilsonville, Oregon USA. It was published as a letter to the editor in Datamation, volume 29 number 7, July 1983. The title is a parody of the bestselling tongue-in-cheek book on stereotypes about masculinity Real Men Don't Eat Quiche.

The article was widely circulated on Usenet in its day and was well-known in the computer software industry.[1] Many subsequent documents pay homage or mimic its subject.[2][3][4]

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