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Language peer sets for NARPL:
Designed 1989
1980s languages
Fifth generation
Late Cold War


alternate simple view
Designed 1989

A student compiler project language
a structured imperative programming language, whose primary features include: C/ Pascal-like syntax; strong typing based on name equivalence; programmer-controlled dynamic allocation; (recursive) functions with parameters passed by value or by reference; `extern' declarations allowing access to independently compiled modules; and several novel syntactic ideas.

  • Atteson, K., M. Lorenz, et al. (1989) Atteson, K., M. Lorenz, et al. "NARPL: A solution to the student compiler project problem" Abstract
          in [SIGPLAN] (1989) SIGPLAN Notices 24(03) March 1989
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