|"mini" pascal by Wirth firstname.lastname@example.org (1995-03-03)|
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|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Galen C. Hunt)|
|Organization:||University of Rochester Computer Science Dept|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Mar 1995 15:18:08 GMT|
>The language is really called PL0 but of course is a `mini-Pascal' (only one
>primitive data type (integer), no structured data types, procedures without
>parameters). Is is described along with a compiler in a (German, I'm afraid)
Preston Briggs () wrote:
: For an English presentation, see chapter 5 in
: Algorithms + Data Structure = Programs
: Nicklaus Wirth
: 1976, Prentice-Hall
: Preston Briggs
We use a compiler for PL0 in our compilers course here at the UR. Our
compiler is written in C++. It compiles PL0 into MIPS assembly code.
If you really want it, I'm sure we could make a copy available.
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