MICRO-COBOL : a subset of Navy standard HYPO-COBOL for micro-computers.
Mylet, Philip Russell
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A MICRO-COBOL interpretive compiler has been implemented on an 8080 micro-computer based system running under CP/M. The implementation is a subset of ADPESO standard HYPO-COBOL in that the interprogram communication module has not been included. HYPO-COBOL provides nucleus level constructs and file options from the ANSI I COBOL package along with the PERFORM UNTIL construct from a higher level to give increased structural control. MICRO-COBOL can be executed on an 8080 or Z-80 micro-computer system with 16K of memory. Although largely completed and tested, all features are not implemented. File I/O features have not been tested and the numeric edit instruction has not been implemented in the interpreter.
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