SESPOOL, A Language for Systems Programming

@article{Newton1977SESPOOLAL,
  title={SESPOOL, A Language for Systems Programming},
  author={Glen E. Newton and J. Denbigh Starkey},
  journal={Comput. Lang.},
  year={1977},
  volume={2},
  pages={75-91}
}
SESPOOL is a GOTO-less systems programming language which has been defined and developed at Washington State University. The language is designed to be transportable to a variety of computer systems, from minicomputers to large machines. The language design permits generation of code competitive with that which could be produced by a good assembly language programmer, by giving the user considerable control over the run-time environment. Aspects of SESPOOL discussed in this paper include the… CONTINUE READING

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