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'''Pascal''' is a classical procedural [[programming language]] that facilitates structured programming. It advantages include english-like elegant source code style, a plethora of data types and a broad basis of implementations on both virtual and physical machines. Most modern Pascal compilers implement ObjectPascal, an extension for object-oriented programming that has first been proposed by Apple and that was later augmented by Borland.
 
'''Pascal''' is a classical procedural [[programming language]] that facilitates structured programming. It advantages include english-like elegant source code style, a plethora of data types and a broad basis of implementations on both virtual and physical machines. Most modern Pascal compilers implement ObjectPascal, an extension for object-oriented programming that has first been proposed by Apple and that was later augmented by Borland.
  
There are numerous Pascal dialects for embedded systems.
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There are numerous Pascal dialects for embedded systems:
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|+ Overview of Pascal compilers for embedded systems
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!Compiler || Company || License || Development platform || Target platform || Comments
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| [[Pascal-scm]] || E-LAB Computers ||  [[proprietary]] || [[Win32]] || [[Atmel AVR]] || Demo version available, standard version for ATMega8/88 free
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| [[MikroPascal for AVR]] || Mikroelektronika || [[proprietary]] || [[Win32]] || [[Atmel AVR]] ||2K Demo version available
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| [[PasAVR]] || Vogelaar Electronics || [[proprietary]] || [[Win32]] || [[DelphiStamp]] || [[Cross-Compiler]] for [[Object Pascal]]
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Revision as of 09:04, 1 May 2013

Pascal is a classical procedural programming language that facilitates structured programming. It advantages include english-like elegant source code style, a plethora of data types and a broad basis of implementations on both virtual and physical machines. Most modern Pascal compilers implement ObjectPascal, an extension for object-oriented programming that has first been proposed by Apple and that was later augmented by Borland.

There are numerous Pascal dialects for embedded systems:

Overview of Pascal compilers for embedded systems
Compiler Company License Development platform Target platform Comments
Pascal-scm E-LAB Computers proprietary Win32 Atmel AVR Demo version available, standard version for ATMega8/88 free
MikroPascal for AVR Mikroelektronika proprietary Win32 Atmel AVR 2K Demo version available
PasAVR Vogelaar Electronics proprietary Win32 DelphiStamp Cross-Compiler for Object Pascal