THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONVERSATIONAL EXTENSIBLE LANGUAGE

@inproceedings{Spitzen1970THEDA,
  title={THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A CONVERSATIONAL EXTENSIBLE LANGUAGE},
  author={J. Spitzen},
  year={1970}
}
  • J. Spitzen
  • Published 1970
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract : The report describes CEL, a conversational extensible language. Its syntax, data, control structures and conversational features are presented and compared to those of other languages. Its use is illustrated by means of several examples in the areas of list processing, polynomial arithmetic, formula manipulation, vector arithmetic, trees and syntax analysis, complex and rational arithmetic and block structure and own variables. 
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