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Pascal plus

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 1984, ISBN 0-13806828-3].


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