|C+@ `beading' technique info wanted email@example.com (1993-10-08)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Crigler)|
|Date:||Fri, 8 Oct 1993 17:02:57 GMT|
The current Dr. Dobb's Journal has an article about a new AT&T language
called `C+@' (pronounced `cat'). According to the author, the language is
"not interpreted" but uses a machine-independent coding technique called
"beading". I'm not sure what this means. Is the language threaded (in
the Forth sense)? Is it a p-code compiler for a virtual machine? Is
every processor secretly compatible with every other processor via secret
features of its instruction set known only to AT&T due to an obscure
patent they hold? ;-) And, what about Naomi?
[n. b.: Special kudos to the first email respondent who can correctly
identify the source of the last question.]
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