The programming language PASCAL

  • Wakerly J
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Abstract

The first two parts of this series described some of the basic elements of a PASCAL program: declarations, simple data types, and statements. In this final installment some of the more sophisticated program elements responsible for the power and structure of the language are described: arrays, procedures and functions. © 1979.

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  • John Wakerly

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