A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building

David Farber

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Abstract

Assemblers with macro capabilities have been available for over ten years. There has been a limited number of mainly unpublished systematic uses of such capabilities in the construction of a variety of systems. This paper will cover a number of these cases. We will examine the features of the macro systems which allowed their usage as well as the method used in the system implementation. We will comment on the effect on efficiency and flexibility that the use of this facility has produced.

Original languageEnglish
Pages29-36
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1971 Oct 25
Externally publishedYes
Event1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation - Lafayette, United States
Duration: 1971 Oct 251971 Oct 26

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Conference1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation
CountryUnited States
CityLafayette
Period71/10/2571/10/26

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  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Software

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Farber, D. (1971). A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building. 29-36. Paper presented at 1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation, Lafayette, United States.

A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building. / Farber, David.

1971. 29-36 Paper presented at 1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation, Lafayette, United States.

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Farber, D 1971, 'A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building' Paper presented at 1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation, Lafayette, United States, 71/10/25 - 71/10/26, pp. 29-36.
Farber D. A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building. 1971. Paper presented at 1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation, Lafayette, United States.
Farber, David. / A survey of the systematic use of macros in systems building. Paper presented at 1971 SIGPLAN Symposium Languages for System Implementation, Lafayette, United States.8 p.
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