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76. J. Schwartz and G. Jennings. Semantic-definition matters. May 1973.

by Paul McJones last modified 2021-03-11 18:06

76. J. Schwartz and G. Jennings. Semantic-definition matters. May 1973. "In the present newsletter, a preliminary attempt at systematic semantic definition of SETL will be made. This will be done by describing, in a deliberately abstract way, a hypothetical 'back end' for the SETL compiler. The 'back end' will consist of a set of routines concerned with name scoping, compilation of abstract recursively structured syntactic trees into interpretable serial structures, digestion of labels, and finally with the interpretation of an ultimate code form. The total package will include almost all the routines necessary to go from a simplified 'host language' form of SETL to interpretable text."

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