Journal of C Language Translation

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Organization: Compilers Central
Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1992 04:51:32 GMT
Keywords: journal, C, C++

The Journal of C Language Translation, the leading journal for
implementors of the C and C++ languages, has a new editor and publisher,
and an expanded editorial direction. The Journal is designed to be a
technical forum for debating issues relevant to the implementation and
extension of the C and C++ languages, their preprocessor and run-time

Until this year, the Journal was edited and published by Rex Jaeschke, who
is well known in C standards circles. Under the direction of the new
editor (me) it retains its existing focus on the C language, with
additional emphasis on the evolution and translation of C++. Rex
continues as an editorial advisor.

Jim Brodie, the C Standards Editor, is chairman of the ANSI C committee.
Bob Jervis, Numerical Editor, is a member of X3J11.1 and was one of the
primary authors of Turbo C. P. J. Plauger, Technical Editor, is the ANSI
Secretary, ISO C Convenor, and technical editor of The C Users Journal.
I expect to have a member of X3J16 reporting on C++ news.

Topics in upcoming issues include:

- Interpretation reports from the X3J11 ANSI C committee
- What's new at the ISO WG14 C committee, particular internationalization
    and wide and multi-byte character sets
- What's new at the ANSI X3J16/ISO WG21 C++ committee
- Numerical C extensions from ANSI X3J11.1
- Incremental preprocessing and parsing of C programs
- Parallel and vectorizable versions of C

New subscribers can get a six month trial subscription for $99. Regular
subscription prices are are unchanged: $235/yr in North America, $250/yr
elsewhere, quantity discounts possible. Due the the change in editors,
there was no June issue, so the next issue, Volume 4 Number 1, is
scheduled for September.

We're always looking for good articles for future issues on topics of
interest to C and C++ implementors.

For more info on contributing or subscribing, e-mail or write:

Journal of C Language Translation
PO Box 380349
Cambridge MA 02238-0349

John Levine,, {spdcc|ima|world}!iecc!johnl

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