|Threaded Interpretive Languages firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Tucker) (1993-09-14)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages email@example.com (Julian V. Noble) (1993-09-21)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-09-23)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages N.Chapman@cs.ucl.ac.uk (Nigel Chapman) (1993-09-24)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages email@example.com (1993-09-26)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages firstname.lastname@example.org (pop) (1993-09-28)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages email@example.com (1993-09-28)|
|Re: Threaded Interpretive Languages firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-09-29)|
|From:||email@example.com (Cliff Click)|
|Organization:||Center for Research on Parallel Computations|
|Date:||Tue, 28 Sep 1993 19:06:12 GMT|
I am posting this to stem a tide of email!
My master's thesis was written a long long time ago, in a school far far
away ('85?). Also my english was worser then than it is now :-). You can
ask Texas A&M University for Cliff Click's master's thesis, it is probably
a TR buried deep in the library stacks.
Instead, you could contact The Software Construction Company, which used
to sell it. 409-696-5432. While Fifth is a nice advance over Forth, it's
not nearly so nice as Borland or Microsoft's compiler products. *I*
certainly wouldn't use it now. It's been at least 5 years since any
development was done on it.
firstname.lastname@example.org -- Massively Scalar Compiler Group, Rice University
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