A short presentation of the main features of AEPL - an extensible programming language

@inproceedings{Katzenelson1971ASP,
  title={A short presentation of the main features of AEPL - an extensible programming language},
  author={Jacob Katzenelson and E. Milgrom},
  year={1971}
}
AEPL is a programming system designed as a tool for the implementation of problem-oriented languages. It is based on a small number of simple but powerful concepts described briefly below. The AEPL system is not yet implemented at the present time; it has been used, however, to define - on paper - a language for the manipulation of graphs. The extensibility of the system stems from the ability to create new data types and from the ability to modify some of the language structures dynamically… CONTINUE READING

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