James M. Feldman

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Most advocates of high-level languages (HLLs) would contend that one major advantage of a HLL is its machine independence. A 'C' or Pascal or Aria program which makes no special demand of system services and which compiles and runs on a VAX should compile and run on a SPARC or a SNAKE or even on a Macintosh or a PC. If the language fails to meet that(More)
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