NARPL: A solution to the student compiler project problem

@article{Atteson1989NARPLAS,
  title={NARPL: A solution to the student compiler project problem},
  author={Kevin Atteson and Michael Lorenz and William F. Dowling},
  journal={SIGPLAN Notices},
  year={1989},
  volume={24},
  pages={57-66}
}
The language proposal below was designed and implemented by a team of three computer science students (Kevin Atteson, Michael Lorenz, and William Pinto) during a ten-week "compiler workshop" class. This course is preceded by a "compiler theory" course covering lexical analysis, parsing techniques and tools, and an introduction to syntax directed translation. The result is NARPL, a structured imperative programming language, whose pdmary features include: 

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