ALGOL-M : an implementation of a high-level block structured language for a microprocessor-based computer system
Flynn, John P.
Moranville, Mark S.
Kildall, Gary A.
Holl, Stephen T.
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The design and implementation of the ALGOL-M programming language for use on a microprocessor-based system is described. The implementation is comprised of two subsystems, a compiler which generates code for a hypothetical zero-address machine and a run-time monitor which executes this code. The system was implemented in PL/M to run on an 8080 microcomputer in a diskette-based environment with at least 20k bytes of user storage.
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