On 25/05/18 17:00, Ralf Quint wrote:

Pascal on (Apple II) CP/M was at first probably Digitial Research's Pascal MT+, which was then also released as a PC/MS-DOS version for x86 as Pascal MT+ 86.

I used that a lot on CCP/M-86, and it was probably the best of DR's language offerings.

And UCSD Pascal did not "arrive late for the PC", it was among the offerings from IBM right from the start, but just like CP/M-86, it was just priced WAAAAYYY above PC-DOS, so very few people were actually using it,

It was /offered/, but that's not to say that mere mortals could get their hands on it.

Mark Morgan Lloyd
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