From online: "very rare poster and was commissioned by Steve Jobs to Jef Raskin, the artist, and he reinterpreted the PASCAL syntax chart", and Apple Pascal was an implementation of UCSD Pascal for Apple II computers. The compiler generated code for the UCSD-P virtual machine, which was executed by an interpreter for the 6502 processor written by Mark Allen und Richard Gleaves.The first version of Apple Pascal appeared in 1979. It was based on UCSD Pascal II. Condition is EX (overall very clean, some minimal/light wrinkles at edges, several small scuffs and scars to top-left corner area and top edge, tiny light corner crease, bit of spotting on reverse from rubber band).
Please see our other recent listings for more cool posters (many arcade and pinball related). We are always happy to combine multiple items. WE NEVER USE STOCK PHOTOS - all images are of actual items. WE USUALLY USE MULTIPLE IMAGES.
We grade all items conservatively, and when grading record albums we follow the Goldmine Record Guide. The item "Rare vintage APPLE COMPUTERS promo advertising art poster PASCAL Syntax Chart EX" is in sale since Wednesday, December 4, 2019. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Vintage Computing\Vintage Manuals & Merchandise". The seller is "hamspapershack" and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.