[pahrt-lit] /ˈpɑrt lɪt/
a garment for the neck and shoulders, usually ruffled and having a collar, worn in the 16th century.
a woman’s garment covering the neck and shoulders, worn esp during the 16th century
[pahr-tuh-zuh n; British pahr-tuh-zan] /ˈpɑr tə zən; British ˌpɑr təˈzæn/ noun, adjective 1. 1 . [pahr-tuh-zuh n] /ˈpɑr tə zən/ noun 1. 2 .
- Pascal p4
compiler and interpreter Version ? 1 compiler, assembler/interpreter, documentation Urs Ammann, Kesav Nori, Christian Jacobi (ftp://ftp.cwi.nl/pascal/). A compiler for Pascal written in Pascal, producing an intermediate code, with an assembler and interpreter for the code. reference: Pascal Implementation, by Steven Pemberton and Martin Daniels, published by Ellis Horwood, Chichester, UK (an imprint of Prentice Hall), […]
- Pascal plus
language Pascal with extensions for object-oriented multiprogramming by Jim Welsh and D. Bustard of Queens University, Belfast, UK. Pascal Plus uses an “envelope” construct for both packages and classes. [“Pascal Plus – Another Language for Modular Multiprogramming”, J. Welsh et al, Soft Prac & Exp 9:947 (1979)]. [“Sequential Program Structures”, J. Welsh et al, P-H […]
Simplified Pascal. June, 1975. A strict subset of Pascal, omits scalar types, subranges, sets, files, pointers, packed structures, ‘with’ and ‘goto. Source for a complete Pascal-S compiler is in “Pascal-S: A Subset and Its Implementation”, N. Wirth in Pascal – The Language and Its Implementation, by D.W. Barron, Wiley 1979. (ftp://csseq.cs.tamu.edu/mcguire/pascal-s).