Tele-coder: a system for coding and decoding programming languages for use with a push button telephone.
McKay, John Norman Jr.
Bolles, Robert C.
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The push button telephone has been employed in many systems as a computer terminal with a very restricted capability and in at least one instance as a computer terminal for a general purpose programming language This thesis discusses the input, output, coding, and decoding problems when considering a general purpose programming language for use with a push button telephone,, Included is a general discussion of a system that would use a syntactic analysis and the context of a programming language to produce a code for use with a push button telephone. The output from this analysis would be used to build a table-driven translator to decode the language An example of such a system is also included.
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