> Yes it did. It's the ISO 10206 standard (aka 'extended pascal'). Which
> includes seperately compilable modules (with initinializing, renamings, etc),
> strings, real file handling, system library, external interfacing, and lots
> more. There is a commercial validation suite and procedure and there are
> a number of validated commercial (and free, like FreePascal) compilers
> available for the popular platforms.
So, aside from syntax, how does it differ from Ada?
(not too detailed, please...)