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Concrrent programming
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
Document, 1988
102773880

Syntax analysis by a production language
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Document, 1965; 1967-11-14
102774108

A tour through the Praxis compiler
Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN)
Document, 1981-07
102773897

Communication oriented language (COL): language definition
Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN)
Document, 1977-05
102773900

DIANA reference manual, revision 3
Tartan Laboratories, Inc.
Document, 1983-02-28
102773878

An introduction to Praxis
Lawrence Livermore National Labratory
Document, 1980-12
102773906

Praxis compiler internals
Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN)
Document, 1981-01
102773898

The BCPL reference manual
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Project MAC
Document, 1974-12
102773901

Annual review in automatic programming, volume 4
Pergamon Press
Document, 1964
102773879

20-gate algebraic compiler for the Bendix G-20
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Document, 1961-07-28
102773875

Proof of an algorithm

Document, 1972-11-22
102773902

ALGOL-20 : a language manual
Carnegie Institute of Technology
Document, 1965-01
102774107

Lecture notes in computer science : DIANA an intermedate for Ada
Springer-Verlag
Document, 1983
102773877

A comparison of programming languages : Ada, Praxis, Pascal, C
Bolt, Beranek and Newman, Inc. (BBN)
Document, 1981-04
102773896

Notes on programming linguistics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Document, 1971-02
102773904

Subroutine preparation for IT-2-A

Document, 1958-08-06
102773869

An ALGOL 60 compiler
Pergamon Press
Document, 1964
102773903

PAL : a language designed for teaching programming linguistics
Brandon / Systems Press
Document, 1968
102773905