Interpretative sub-routines

@inproceedings{Bennett1952InterpretativeS,
  title={Interpretative sub-routines},
  author={J. Bennett and D. Prinz and M. L. Woods},
  booktitle={ACM '52},
  year={1952}
}
The subject of this talk is interpretative programming. An interpretative programme (or routine, i.e. part of a programme) is one formulated in a special code, usually quite different from the normal code of the machine with which it is used. 
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