Pascal‐plus—another language for modular multiprogramming

@article{Welsh1979PascalplusanotherLF,
  title={Pascal‐plus—another language for modular multiprogramming},
  author={Jim Welsh and David W. Bustard},
  journal={Software: Practice and Experience},
  year={1979},
  volume={9}
}
  • J. WelshD. Bustard
  • Published 1 November 1979
  • Computer Science
  • Software: Practice and Experience
This paper informally describes the programming language Pascal‐Plus. The language is an extended version of Pascal, incorporating the envelope construct which is an aid to program modularization and data abstraction, the process, monitor and condition constructs which provide a means for representing multiprocessing programs, and a simulation monitor which provides pseudo‐time control facilities for multiprocessing programs. 

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