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.
ESPRIT DIAMOND Project. An extension of Pascal for numerical analysis, with controlled rounding, overloading, dynamic arrays and modules. “PASCAL-SC, A Computer Language for Scientific Computation”, G. Bohlender et al, Academic Press 1987.
[pask] /pæsk/ noun 1. the Jewish festival of Passover. 2. . /pɑːsk; pæsk/ noun 1. an archaic name for Passover (sense 1), Easter “Easter,” early 12c.; see paschal.
[pas-kuh l] /ˈpæs kəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to Easter. 2. of or relating to Passover. noun 3. a paschal candle or candlestick. [pas-kuh l] /ˈpæs kəl/ noun 1. died a.d. 824, pope 817–824. noun 1. (Ranieri) died 1118, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1099–1118. /ˈpæskəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to Passover 2. of or […]
noun 1. a tall candle, symbolizing Christ, that is sometimes blessed and placed on the gospel side of an altar on Holy Saturday and kept burning until Ascension Day.