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Meaning of pascal

pas•cal

Pronunciation: (pa-skal', pä-skäl'), [key]
— n. Physics.
  1. the SI unit of pressure or stress, equal to one newton per square meter. Abbr.: Pa

Pas•cal

Pronunciation: (pa-skal', pä-skäl' Fr. pas-kal'), [key]
— n.
  1. 1623–62, French philosopher and mathematician.

PASCAL

Pronunciation: (pa-skal'), [key]
— n. Computers.
  1. a high-level programming language, a descendant of ALGOL, designed to facilitate structured programming.
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