A standard slight against Pascal programmers.
ObjectPascal (or assembly) was the original programming language for Macintosh applications in 1984/1985. LightSpeedC (later ThinkC) changed that for many Mac programmers.
Brian Kernighan wrote “Why Pascal is Not My Favorite Programming Language”, April, 1981:
http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/cstr/100.ps.gz (compressed PostScript)
What is the easiest way to view ps in Mac OS X?
I use TeXShop or GhostScript (see PostScript page for more information). Or, you can convert it using the method described on the page you found.
OK I figured it out. Here’s a link to those that don’t know how to convert ps to pdf -> http://support.stat.ucla.edu/view.php?supportid=29