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An Optimized Translation Process and Its Application to ALGOL Authors; Paul Branquart k Downloads; Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 38) Chapters Table of contents (26 chapters) About Access Algol Algol 68 Invariant boundary element method code code generation construction form kernel local. the translator is put into the machine, into the upper end of the store and the Algol program is then fed in, translated and built up in the lower part of the store. Then the interpreter over­ writes the translator and the program can start working. We shall distinguish these phases by the names translate phase ~nd run phase. i I i.i. An Optimized translation process and its application to ALGOL Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York. Written in English Read online Subjects: ALGOL (Computer program language), Compiling (Electronic computers) Edition Notes. Includes bibliographical references and index. A FORTRAN TO ALGOL TRANSLATOR INTRODUCTION A translator is defined as a "routine for changing information from one representation or language into another." This translator accepts a source program written in FORTRAN for the Control Data Corporation's computer and translates the source program into an ALGOL source program for the same machine.

Title: ALGOL 60 Implementation: The Translation and Use of ALGOL 60 Programs on a Computer Issue 5 of A.P.I.C. studies in data processing, Brighton College of Technology Automatic Programming Information Centre, ISSN Issue 5 of ALGOL 60 Implementation, Lawford John Russell Issue 5 of Brighton, Eng. College of Technology. The authors' stated intent was to provide a tutorial for ALGOL, a companion and supplement to the ALGOL committee's "Revised Report on the Algorithmic Language ALGOL 60". That report, included as an appendix in the book, contains both the definition of the language and a short history of the drafting process that led up to s: 2. Journals & Books; Help 11 Making a Translator for ALGOL 60 The translation process shows much resemblance to shundng ata three way railroad junction of the following forro Output Input ALGOL text come in in order from left to right, at the left the successive orders of the object. 4. Translation to the internal language The next to operate is a block which translates the Input information into the Internal language of the translator and divides It into the three groups indicated above. The concepts used In the internal language essentially agree with the concepts used in ALGOL .

Translation procedures, strategies and methods by Mahmoud Ordudari Abstract Translating culture-specific concepts (CSCs) in general and allusions in particular seem to be one of the most challenging tasks to be performed by a translator; in other words, allusions are potential problems of the translation process due to the fact that. Third, the translation of ALGOL 60 and the establishment of the scientific field of translator writing are treated. Finally, the period of ALGOL 60 maintenance and the subsequent period of creating a successor to ALGOL 60 are described. ii. Preface This history on the ALGOL effort was written as a Master thesis in Com-. In recent years there has been a remarkable convergence of interest in programming languages based on Algol Researchers interested in the theory of procedural and object-oriented languages discovered that Algol 60 shows how to add procedures and object classes to simple imperative languages in a general and clean 1 contains an Introduction, historical and foundational . Optimized translation process and its application to ALGOL Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Branquart.