A successor of Platon. Developed at RC International for systems programming. Later it was renamed Real-Time Pascal. “PASCAL80 Report”, J. Staunstrup, RC Intl, Denmark Jan 1980.
“Pascal+CSP, Merging Pascal and CSP in a Parallel Processing Oriented Language”, J. Adamo, Proc 3rd Intl Conf Distrib Comp Sys, IEEE 1982, pp.542-547.
Pascal extended to include fixed-point arithmetic. E. Nelson, “Pascal-F: Programming Language for Real-Time Automotive Control”, IEEE ElectroTechnol. Rev. (USA), 2:39, 1968.
A Pascal derived from Pascal-S which provides several types of concurrency: semaphores, monitors, both occam/CSP-style and Ada-style rendezvous. [“The Teaching Language Pascal-FC”, G.L. Davies et al, Computer J 33(2):147-154 (Apr 1990)]. (1994-11-02)
noun the computer developed by Blaise Pascal in 1642