|origin of "panic mode" email@example.com (Carl Cerecke) (2003-04-13)|
|Re: origin of "panic mode" firstname.lastname@example.org (J.H.Jongejan) (2003-04-15)|
|Re: origin of "panic mode" email@example.com (Stan Zaborowski) (2003-04-15)|
|Re: origin of "panic mode" firstname.lastname@example.org (2003-04-20)|
|Re: origin of "panic mode" email@example.com (Norman Worth) (2003-05-16)|
|Re: origin of "panic mode" firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Robinson) (2003-06-20)|
|From:||"Norman Worth" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||16 May 2003 21:52:20 -0400|
|Organization:||EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net|
|Posted-Date:||16 May 2003 21:52:20 EDT|
"J.H.Jongejan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I found in Tremblay & Sorenson: panic mode (Graham and Rhodes, 1975).
> This is from the CACM, Vol.18, No.11, pp.639-650. It seems they
> described it (in 1973) first, and then implemented it in a compiler
> for a subset of Algol60.
> A still older text is Compiler Construction, editors Baure &
> Eickel,, Springer 1974,1976(2nd Ed). It mentions Graham and Rhodes,
> 1973: Conference record of ACM symposium on principles of programming
> languages, Boston.
I remember the NUALGOL compiler on the Univac 1108 had the
functionality but was much more polite about it. The diagostic was,
"COMIPLER HOPELESSLY CONFUSED. RESTARTNG AT LINE nnn."
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