Capsules: A data abstraction facility for Pascal

@inproceedings{Giacomucci1981CapsulesAD,
  title={Capsules: A data abstraction facility for Pascal},
  author={Alessio Giacomucci and Frank L. Friedman},
  booktitle={ACM '81},
  year={1981}
}
  • Alessio Giacomucci, Frank L. Friedman
  • Published in ACM '81 1981
  • Computer Science
  • Described is a data type abstraction facility that has been implemented as an extension to the University of Minnesota Pascal 6000 compiler. The facility provides an encapsulation that establishes a static scope of identifiers with controlled visibility. The facility was developed primarily for instructional purposes for use throughout an undergraduate computer science curriculum in which Pascal is the major language for program implementation. The paper begins with a brief background in which… CONTINUE READING

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