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SuperPascal is an extension of the Pascal programming language with more modern features, such as object-oriented programming and generics. Developed in 1990 by Manfred von Thun, the language introduced constructs like classes, interfaces, and exceptions for better software engineering practices. The SuperPascal compiler can directly translate source code to assembly, allowing developers to bypass intermediate stages of compilation. In addition, it offers extensive run-time type information (RTTI) similar to that found in Delphi or C# languages.

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