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Pascal origin, where does it come from

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440bx:
@hansotten

Great job!  Very nice web site. 

Thank you for all the work you put in to create it, structure all the information and for sharing it along with the relevant books, documents and, standards.

six1:
Great Job Hans!

Published your Site Link on :
https://www.lazarusforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=13070&p=115984#p115984

ASBzone:
Awesome job.   Thanks for this, Hans.

Blade:
"The language was originally developed by Apple Computer as Clascal for the Lisa Workshop development system. As Lisa gave way to Macintosh, Apple collaborated with Niklaus Wirth, the author of Pascal, to develop an officially standardized version of Clascal. This was renamed Object Pascal." -- From the Wiki on Object Pascal.

Interestingly, this part of the story of Apple's hand in developing Object Pascal is not elaborated on much.  Doesn't seem to be much information out there about why, the details, influences, and decisions.  Though there are interviews with Niklaus Wirth, this part of the history isn't discussed.

MarkMLl:
Another thing that tends not to be discussed is that Wirth acted as a (AIUI paid) consultant to the Ada design process. It's interesting that later on he appeared to be very hostile to OO, arguing that everything could be done adequately using records.

MarkMLl

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