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The design of the GIER ALGOL compiler. I. II. (English) Zbl 0116.09608


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ALGOL 60
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[1] Krarup, T., and Svejgaard, B.,GIER, Logical Organization. Ingenioren, International edition, vol. 5, Dec. 1961, no. 4.
[2] Naur, P. (ed.),A Manual of GIER ALGOL. Regnecentralen, Copenhagen 1963. · Zbl 0116.09608
[3] Jensen, J., and Naur, P.,An Implementation of ALGOL 60 Procedures, BIT 1 (1961), 38.
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