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A Modula-2 compiler for VAX and MIPS. A Pascal compiler for VAX is also included. The Pascal compiler accepts a language that is almost identical to Berkeley Pascal. It was originally designed and built by Michael L. Powell in 1984. Joel McCormack made it faster, fixed lots of bugs, and swiped/wrote a User's Manual. Len Lattanzi ported it to the MIPS.

It has the following extensions: foreign function and data interface, dynamic array variables, subarray parameters, multi-dimensional open array parameters, inline procedures, longfloat type, type-checked interface to C library I/O routines.

It runs on VAX (Ultrix, BSD) and MIPS (Ultrix).


E-mail: <modula-2@decwrl.pa.dec.com>.


(1) See M.2.

(2) The code name for Cyrix's 6x86MX chip. See 6x86MX.
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In the aftermath of the 2008/09 global financial crisis, China's M2 money supply rose an average 24 percent every month in 2009 and 2010.
M2 money supply grew 19.2 per cent in August from a year earlier.
Still, the board of directors of the CBC resolved to maintain the targeted growth range for M2 money supply, as well as the policy interest rates, unchanged yesterday.
The M1 and M2 money supply also increased 10.60 per cent and 4.70 per cent respectively during the period.
In the past six months, M2 money supply has expanded at over 18 percent on an annualized basis, exceeding the previous peak in the early 1980s.
M2 money supply hit 5.61 billion rials ($14.61bn) on October 31, up 30.3pc from a year earlier, the central bank said.
The bank offered statistics to show that Malaysia's M2 money supply has expanded, particularly in recent years.
The same is true for Japan, where expected economic growth is over two times recent M2 money supply. Conversely, excess liquidity has yet to kick-start Euroland's economic engine, where expected GDP growth is an anemic 1.7 percent versus M2 money supply growth of 5.6 percent.
The remainder of Lam's comment concerns lead-lag relationships between various economic variables and the stock market, namely: the level of the Treasury bond yield, the coincident-lagging indicators ratio, the M2 money supply velocity, and the Job Cycle Leading Index.
Banks in the United States must have all transaction summaries complete in order to determine the Ml and M2 money supply, and other important statistics.
In mid-1990, the M2 money supply was growing at an annual rate of more than 5 percent, near the center of its 3 percent to 7 percent target range.
The monetary base and the M2 money supply merely leveled off during the first half of 1920, as the higher discounting costs had only a moderate effect on commercial bank discounts at Federal Reserve banks for a time.