MicroTAL - a machine-dependent, high-level microprogramming language

@inproceedings{Bartlett1981MicroTALA,
  title={MicroTAL - a machine-dependent, high-level microprogramming language},
  author={Joel F. Bartlett},
  booktitle={MICRO 14},
  year={1981}
}
  • Joel F. Bartlett
  • Published in MICRO 14 1981
  • Computer Science
  • The design and implementation of a high-level microprogramming language is described. The language is a subset of an existing systems programming language, TAL, which allows algorithms to be written and debugged using that language. The procedure may then be recompiled using the microTAL compiler to produce a semantically equivalent microprogram which is accessed via an opcode rather than a procedure call. The microTAL compiler automatically generates code to handle interrupts and page faults… CONTINUE READING

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