Apple II: Apple Pascal Language Reference Manual
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Apple Pascal Language Reference Manual
The Apple Pascal system incorporates UCSD Pascal and Apple extensions for graphics and other functions. UCSD Pascal was developed largely by the Institute for Information Science at the University of California at San Diego, under the direction of Kenneth L. Bowles.
This manual covers the features of the Apple Pascal programming language that are different from the "Standard Pascal" language defined by Jensen and Wirth in the Pascal User Manual and Report (SpringerVerlag, New York, 1978). This includes the differences introduced in UCSD Pascal, and also special extensions of UCSD Pascal for the Apple
Chapters 2 and 3 cover the large differences in Apple Pascal that will have the most immediate programming impact: the differences in predefined types, procedures, and functions, especially the procedures for input and output.
Platform: Apple II, II Plus, Apple IIe with 48Kb RAM Disk 5.25 drive
OS: Pascal Operating System
System Software (SS:) Programming Language (PL:) Pascal, 6502 Assembler
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