NPS-PASCAL: a Pascal implementation for microprocessor-based computer systems.
Byrnes, John L.
Kildall, Gary A.
Moranville, Mark S.
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NPS-PASCAL is a Naval Postgraduate School research project whose goal is the implementation of the PASCAL programming language on a microprocessor-based system. The NPS-PASCAL compiler consists of two software subsystems, the first analyzes the source program and produces a machine-independent intermediate form, while the second produces target machine code. The system is designed to satisfy the constraints of Standard Pascal, as defined by the British Standards Institute/ International Standards Organization Working Draft of Standard Pascal. The analysis subsystem, defined herein, accomplishes the lexical, syntactic, and semantic analysis of a PASCAL program. It has been implemented on an Intel 8080 microcomputer, running under the CP/M operating system.
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