Programming by Questionnaire
Jan 1, 1965
How to Construct a Program Generator
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A reference manual for the programming-by-questionnaire technique, presented in sufficient detail to enable a programmer to construct a program generator. Familiarity with the contents of RM-4460 would be helpful to the user, and a knowledge of SIMSCRIPT is mandatory. The forms, use, and operation of the four components of the program generator are described in detail. A summary of technical details and complete editor program listing are included as appendixes.
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