Definition von Schrankenzahlen in Triplex-ALGOL

  title={Definition von Schrankenzahlen in Triplex-ALGOL},
  author={Hans-Wilm Wippermann},
  • H. Wippermann
  • Published 1 June 1968
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Computing
ZusammenfassungDas Wesen der Triplex-Zahlen und die Notwendigkeit, sie in eine höhere Programmiersprache einzubetten, werden kurz erläutert. Durch Einfügung des Typstriplex in ALGOL 60 ergibt sich die SpracheTriplex-ALGOL. Die Syntax dieser Sprache wird angegeben und ihre Semantik beschrieben.SummaryThe nature of triplex numbers, and the necessity, to insert these into a high-level programming language, are outlined. The insertion of the typtriplex into ALGOL 60 leads to the languageTriplex… 


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