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Syntactically, Pascal is much more Algol-like than C. English keywords are retained where C uses punctuation symbols — Pascal has and, or, and mod where C uses &&, ||, and % for example. However, C is actually more Algol-like than Pascal regarding (simple) declarations, retaining the type-name variable-name syntax which Pascal abandoned to allow for (easily read) complex type expressions and a better perceived clarity in educational situations.
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