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SNOBOL 4 programming language [by] R.E. Griswold, J.F. Poage [and] I.P. Polonsky.

R. E. Griswold

SNOBOL 4 programming language [by] R.E. Griswold, J.F. Poage [and] I.P. Polonsky.

by R. E. Griswold

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Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SNOBOL (Computer program language)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPoage, J. F.,, Polonsky, I. P.,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.5 G75 1971
    The Physical Object
    Pagination256p.
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17303291M

    The SNOBOL 4 Programming language, 2nd edition Prentice-Hall, Inc. NJ, , second edition , later printing; pages, Illustrations, Exercises, Solutions, Bibliography, Appendices,Index. Condition: Good to very good overall, large thin softcover, green/white/black glossy covers; edgewear and creases at corners, thumbed and a bit. BOOK REVIEWS Computer Science. Basic Language Programming. By ALEXANDRA I. FOR-SYTHE, THOMAS A. KEENAN, ELLIOTT I. ORGANICK and WARREN STENBERG.

    If it has a point, the point is only that SNOBOL's pattern matching is *still* a lot better than Perl's, and that it is worth studying, because we could learn a lot from it. The canonical SNOBOL reference is The SNOBOL4 Programming Language R.E. Griswold, J. F. Poage, I. P. Polonsky Prentice-Hall,   Download SNOBOL4 Programming Language for free. SNOBOL4, while known primarily as a string language excels at any task involving symbolic manipulations. It provides run time typing, garbage collection, user data types, on the fly compilation.

    SNOBOL4 is based on the original SNOBOL versions developed at Bell Laboratories in the early s. It is the most widely used version of SNOBOL. The SNOBOL4 Programming Language, [0] by Griswold, Poage, and Polonsky, published in is the standard reference. Our textbook mentions SNOBOL briefly as an early dynamic language on pages [1]. R. E. Griswold has written: 'The SNOBOL 4 programming language [by] R.E. Griswold, J.F. Poage [and] I.P. Polonsky' -- subject(s): SNOBOL (Computer program language).


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