PASCAL

(Programming Language named for Blaise Pascal)

Pascal

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Pascal

[n] - a unit of pressure equal to one newton per square meter 2. [n] - French mathematician and philosopher 3. [n] - a programing language designed to teach programming through a top-down modular approach
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Pascal

originally developed in the late sixties as a programming language - it is the only main third generation language to be named after a person rather than a mnemonic - it was developed so that the developer had a language to teach his computing undergraduates which was simple and relatively easy to learn - it has been refined over the years to remov...
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Pascal

A high level programming language originally developed as a tool for teaching the concepts of structured programming. It has evolved into a powerful general-purpose language popular for writing scientific and business programs. Borland Turbo Pascal is a dialect of Pascal
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Pascal

The SI derived unit of pressure is the pascal or 1 newton per square metre.Conversions1 bar=1x105 Pa1 standard atmosphere (atm)=1.01325x105 Pa1 lbf in-2 (psi)=6894.76 Pa1 tonf in-2=15.4443x106 Pa1 torr=1 mmHg1 mmHg=133.322 Pa1 inHg=3386.39 Pa1 inH2O=249.089Pa1 mmHg=13.5951 mmH2
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pascal

(Pa) The SI unit of pressure, equal to a force of one newton per square meter. 101325 pascals = 1 atmosphere; 105 pascals = 1 bar.
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pascal

Paramagnetism is a type of magnetism characterized by a positive magnetic susceptibility, so that the material becomes weakly magnetized in the direction of an external field. The magnetization disappears when the field in removed.
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pascal

<chemistry> The SI unit of pressure, equal to newtons per meter squared. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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Pascal

noun a programing language designed to teach programming through a top-down modular approach
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pascal

(Pa) (pas-kalยด) the SI unit of pressure, which corresponds to a force of one newton per square meter.
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Pascal

(from the article `computer programming language`) About 1970 Niklaus Wirth of Switzerland designed Pascal to teach structured programming, which emphasized the orderly use of conditional and loop ...
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pascal

unit of pressure in the metre-kilogram-second system. (See the International System of Units.) It was named in honour of the French ... [3 related articles]
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Pascal

The SI unit of measure for stress or force per unit area (N/m^2).
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Pascal

A metric unit for pressure. 100 kPa = one atmosphere.
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Pascal

Unit of pressure in the metric (SI) system.
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PASCAL

The unit of pressure produced when one newton acts on about one square meter.
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pascal

(Pa) The derived unit of pressure in the SI system of units. 1 pascal (Pa) is equal to 1 newton per square meter. It is named after the French mathematician and philosopher Blaise Pascal (1623-1662).
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Pascal

Pascal: see programming language.
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Pascal

Pascal is an Algol-descended computer programming language designed by Niklaus Wirth on the CDC 6600 around 1967 as an instructional tool for elementary programming. The language, designed primarily to keep students from shooting themselves in the foot and thus extremely restrictive from a general- purpose-programming point of view, was later promo...
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Pascal

Type: Term Pronunciation: pahs-kahl′ Definitions: 1. Blaise, French scientist, 1623-1662. See: pascal, Pascal law
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pascal

(Pa) Type: Term Pronunciation: pahs′kahl Definitions: 1. A derived unit of pressure or stress in the SI system, expressed in newtons per square meter; equal to 10−5 bar or 7.50062 ׀ 10−3 torr.
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Pascal

High-level computer-programming language. Designed by Niklaus Wirth in the 1960s as an aid to teaching programming, it is still widely used as such in universities, and as a good general-purpose programming language. Most professional programmers, however, now use C or C++. Pascal was named after the 17th-century French math...
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pascal

SI unit of pressure, equal to one newton per square metre. It replaces bars and millibars (105 Pa equals one bar). It is named after the French mathematician Blaise Pascal
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pascal

newton/sq. meter
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