Silver book



publication
Jensen and Wirth’s infamous “Pascal User Manual and Report”, so called because of the silver cover of the widely distributed Springer-Verlag second edition of 1978 (ISBN 0-387-90144-2).
See also book titles, Pascal.
[Jargon File]
(1996-12-03)

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