METAPI - a language for extensions

@inproceedings{Chandler1971METAPIA,
  title={METAPI - a language for extensions},
  author={Gerald David Chandler},
  year={1971}
}
The METAPI system [1,2] can be considered to be a combination of a translator writing system and an extensible language system. The history and usage of the system should make clear how it functions in both roles. METAPI grew from the need for a language in which a version of Fortran especially suited for interactive use could be implemented. Originally METAPI consisted of a translator writing system based on the Schorre [3] META II system. It was enhanced during implementation of PIFOR*, our… CONTINUE READING