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 Home > LEO Computers > Lyons Electronic Office (LEO) Archive > CMLEO/DC - David Caminer Papers > Working Files > New Range (ICL 2900) > 57853 "A Comparative ... Lís New Range" (1969)

57853 "A Comparative Study of the Basic Language and the Synthetic Option Proposals for ICLís New Range" (1969)

Typescript of an unpublished academic paper (marked 'SECRET') in an ICL-branded folder, written for the Centre for Computing and Automation at Imperial College London.  Evidently a copy made for David Caminer (his name is written at the top).

Authors are given as S. Gill, J.J. Florentin and G.F. Coulouris. 

Includes as Appendix III, "A Note on Optimising Code for Expressions in Basic Language" by G.B. Stephens of Imperial College London.

Date : 4th July 1969

Creator : Gill, S.; Florentin, J.J.; Coulouris, G.F.

Physical Description : 1 item (60 pages), paper; typescript

Provenance :
From David Caminer's papers.

Archive References : CMLEO/DC/WF/NRG/2 , DTC/1/16

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH57853. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
Article: 57853

This document has been scanned and is available to view online.
Imperial College London
File Size: 4.70 MB

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