Cray-1 Computer System - SKOL Reference Manual

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Cray-1 Computer System - SKOL Reference Manual
SR-0033 June 1981 
SKOL is a macro-based programming language that is translated into FORTRAN code, which is then compiled by a FORTRAN compiler. SKOL offers the user a more structured approach to programming than is possible with a language such as FORTRAN. The wide variety of structures available in SKOL eliminate the need for a GO TO statement and increase the user's options.

This publication describes the features of the SKOL language. Because of SKOL's close association with FORTRAN, this publication assumes that the reader knows FORTRAN. Detailed information about CRAY-1 FORTRAN is presented in the CRAY-1 FORTRAN (CFT) Reference Manual (publication SR-0009).

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Date Published : June 1981

Manufacturer : Cray Research Inc

Format : PDF - 195 pages






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