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Comparison of Pascal and C

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  1. The computer programming languages C and Pascal are often compared to each other, sometimes heatedly, probably because the languages have similar times of origin, influences, and purposes, and so represent two philosophical approaches to a similar ne

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  2. In C, pointers can be made to point at most program entities, including objects or functions: int a

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  3. Both were used to design (and compile) their own compilers early in their lifetimes, and both were established and popular during the formative years of the microcomputer age

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  4. Both C and Pascal are quite old languages

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  5. An original Pascal definition appeared in 1969 and a first compiler in 1970, the first version of C a few years later, around 1972

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