Force of one Newton exerted over an area of one square meter.
the SI unit of pressure, abbreviated to Pa.
the SI unit of measurement of pressure; equivalent to N/m2.
After Blaise Pascal, French (1623-1662). The pascal, like the pund per square inch, or the kilogram of force per square meter, is a unit of pressure.
A high-level programming language named for the French mathematician Blaise Pascal (1623-1662). Developed in the early 1770s by Niklaus Wirth for teaching programming and designed to support the concept of structured programming. Easy to learn and often the first language taught in school.
A programming language useful for procedure oriented application programming.
A programming language taught in high school and college computer-science courses because it stresses a systematic approach to problem solving.
A computer programming language often used to teach programming to beginning computer science majors.