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PASCAL HELP

Hey I'm learning pascal in A level computing. I'm on case statements/ case branching and i'm stuck with this error : Fatal: Syntax error, END expected but . found
Here is the code : program littlemenu;

var choice: integer;

begin writeln('what would you like to do ? [1] delete file [2] put file in trash [3] keep file'); readln(choice); case choice of 1: begin; writeln('file deleted');

  case choice of
  2: begin
  writeln('file in trash');

  case choice of
  3:begin
  writeln('file stored safely');

  end;

  else begin
  writeln('Invalid');
  end;

end.

1 Answer

Never seen a Pascal course on here. Try posting your question to http://stackoverflow.com they have a Pascal tag so im sure someone on there will be able to assist. I would be more descriptive in question though or they will mark it down.