PASCAL: the language and its implementation

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Wiley, 1981 - Computers - 301 pages
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A Perspective On Pascal (D. Barron).

Ambiguities and Insecurities in Pascal (J. Welsh et al.).

Pascal and Portability (O. Lecarme).

Pascal in Education (G. Webster).

The Efficiency of Pascal (B. Wichmann).

The Future of Pascal (A. Mickel).

The Zurich Implementation (U. Amman).

Code Generation for a Pascal Compiler (U. Amman).

Pascal-P Implementation Notes (K. Nori et al.).

Two 1900 Compilers (J. Welsh).

A Pascal Diagnostics System (D. Watt and W. Findlay).

Pascal-S: A Subset and Its Implementation (N. Wirth).

Pascal on an Advanced Architecture (M. Rees et al.).

A Pascal Machine?

(J. Bishop).

Index.

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Contents

Preface
1
Pascal and Portability
21
Pascal in Education
37
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Barron of the University of Southampton

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