User's guide for SFTRAN/1100 /
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Issued Apr. 1978.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 41).
Extensions and improvements were made to SFTRAN, a structured programming language. This language was implemented as a precompiler that translates from SFTRAN to FORTRAN. It was available to batch and conversational users of the UNIVAC 1100 computer system. The SFTRAN language and its use are described. In addition, conversational time-sharing system command subroutines were implemented that eliminated the complications of dealing with extra files and processing steps that the use of a precompiler would otherwise require. These command subroutines are reported, and their use is illustrated by examples
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- Ford, William F
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- University of Illinois
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- SFTRAN (Computer program language)
Programming languages (Electronic computers)
Compiling (Electronic computers)
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