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Technical Appendix on the SIMSCRIPT Simulation Programming Language

Published 1963

by Harry Max Markowitz

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Five tables presenting miscellaneous information which may be of value to the programmer who wishes to use SIMSCRIPT in some unusual way or to modify the SIMSCRIPT translator: (1) the layout of region IV, above 31,000; (2) a short description of each routine in the "System Package"; (3) a short description of each routine in the Translator; (4) a listing of FAP routine, KLRXX, which removes the first event of a specified type from the calendar; (5) an alphabetic listing of the table of contents of the SIMSCRIPT manual.

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