Structured Fortran - was Re: Self modifying code, lambda calculus
bqt at update.uu.se
Wed Sep 23 09:37:57 CDT 2015
On 2015-09-23 16:30, Jay Jaeger wrote:
> It might not be ANSI C (any more than FORTRAN II is FORTRAN IV or BDS C
> was ANSI C), but one could certainly come up with a decent, useful C for
> such a machine.
Can we skip this thread. It seems you are arguing the point that any
machine can behave like any other machine, which has already been proven
to be true 50 years ago.
And then it just becomes a question of some things being easier or
harder than other things, which is very subjective.
So this seems like a totally pointless argument and thread. Of course
any computer can implement any program, within the limits of available
memory. It's already known.
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