Pascal-SC

Pascal-SC. A computer language for scientific computation. Pascal-SC is a programming language developed as an extension of standard Pascal. The key new elements of this language are: arithmetic operations with controlled rounding, an optimal scalar product, functions with general types, an operator concept for abstract data types, overloading of procedures, functions, and operators, respectively, strings, dynamic arrays, modules. In addition, Pascal-SC provides a number of predefined standard modules for calculation with complex numbers, real and complex intervals and also matrices and vectors with these component types. This book explains the details of the new language elements of Pascal-SC, illustrated by examples of numerical and non-numerical applications. The material is arranged so that it is immediately suitable for use as a text. In addition, this book presents the basic fundamentals of the new computer arithmetic, and shows how the tools provided by Pascal-SC can be used for controlled, maximally accurate calculations for the solution of numerical problems. At present, there are two different Pascal-SC implementations, an interpreted version for the Z80 processor and the IBM-PC (and compatibles), and a version which generated executable object code for the Motorola 6800 processor. The interpreted version works with 12-digit arithmetic, and the 6800 version with 13 digits. Except for this difference, it was considered important that the language for both systems be as identical as possible


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