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Designed 1979
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Universal P-Code 

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Country: United States
Designed 1979
Published: 1979

for Universal Code

Intermediate language, a generalization of UCSD P-code for easier optimization.

Developed originally for the Los Alamos Cray-1 and the Lawrence Livermore S-1.

A refined version currently used by MIPS compilers is descended from one at Stanford U.

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  • Gilbert, E. J., and Wall D. W. (1978) Gilbert, E. J., and Wall D. W. "P-Code Intermediate Assembler Language PAIL-3", Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Stanford, Ca, 94305.
  • Montague, J., and Zucconi, L. (1979) Montague, J., and Zucconi, L. "Modified P-code for the LASL P-code Assembler", Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, Group C-7, Los Alamos, NM, 87545 1979.
  • Perkins, D.R. et al, (1979) Perkins, D.R. et al, "Machine Independent Pascal Code Optimization" Abstract
          in [SIGPLAN] (1979) SIGPLAN Notices 14(08) August 1979
  • (1983) "A Transporter's Guide to the Stanford U-Code Compiler System", P. Nye et al, TR CSL Stanford U, June 1983.
          in [SIGPLAN] (1979) SIGPLAN Notices 14(08) August 1979
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