Structured Fortran - was Re: Self modifying code, lambda calculus
cube1 at charter.net
Thu Sep 24 16:41:15 CDT 2015
On 9/24/2015 2:12 PM, Rich Alderson wrote:
> From: Jay Jaeger
> Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2015 8:01 AM
>> You seem to be supposing that I said one could/would implement ANSI/ISO C
>> on a 1410 in native code
>> I would not suggest that one would implement ANSI/ISO C on such a machine,
>> any more than I would expect to implement current versions of FORTRAN on
>> such a machine. Heck, there wasn't even a FORTRAN IV for the 1410.
> Wasn't there? I realize that the 1410 was not code compatible with the 1401,
> but the architectures are similar enough that I would expect them to have
> similar compilers. I know that the 1401 had a FORTRAN IV compiler, because
> that was my first computer and first language, back in the spring of 1969.
Nope, there was no FORTRAN IV for the 1410. But yes, there was indeed
one for the 1401.
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