Designing high level/low-level computer languages

Maker and role
Robert W. Doran, Author
Tien Navankasattusas, Author
Production date
May 1972

Object detail

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"This gives an outline of the steps involved in designing a high-level / low-level programming language - that is, a language which gives the programmer full control of the facilities of his computer yet is sufficiently structured to enable him to express algorithms readily. A brief summary is given of the current use of high-level languages for systems programming. The choice of a suitable high-level / low-level language for the IBM1130 is described along with its design and implementation methodology.

Key words and phrases: assemblers, systems programming, IBM1130, high-level languages." -- blurb on title page.
Physical description
13 pages : 29 cm
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Robert W. Doran et al. May 1972. Designing high level/low-level computer languages, PUB-2020-13.7. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).


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