Annual review in automatic programming. . V. 3 by ed Richard Goodman

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Because of schedule pressures, each of the Translator projects has had to omit certain features of the language. These omissions will be remedied when time and funding permit. At present, then, only about 80 per cent of the language described in the following sections can be considered common to all of the compilers. JOVIAL—A Programming Language for Real-time Command Systems 55 grammers) necessary in the development of large program systems. It also provides flexibility, in that minor changes in the system data may be made without manual modification of the programs involved, for these changes are automatically incorporated in the programs during recompilation.

This technique assures maximum compatibility of data description between the many programs (and prot It must be pointed out, however, that none of the J O V I A L compilers have yet implemented completely the language described herein. Because of schedule pressures, each of the Translator projects has had to omit certain features of the language. These omissions will be remedied when time and funding permit. At present, then, only about 80 per cent of the language described in the following sections can be considered common to all of the compilers.

I n human communication the 'unpredictability' of those we address plays a funda­ mental role. If we now apply the norms of human communication to an artificial language, in which we wish to address a computer, then we ignore one of the most essential characteristics of the automatic computer, viz. the 'predictability' of its behaviour. e. when I ask for the semantics of my language, I can say nothing about it without considering the listener. g. when I deliver a monologue on an otherwise uninhabited isle—it makes remarkably little difference whether I speak nonsense or not, so little, in fact, that under these circumstances On the Design of Machine Independent Programming Languages 33 ' m e a n i n g ' becomes an empty concept.

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