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Thus the input consists of the program to be translated, together with the tables giving standard forms with their machine code translations for the machine on which the object program is to be run. Note that this need not be the same as the machine being used for the translation. This last observation points the way to the procedure that is used for transferring the system from one machine to another. This is illustrated in Table 1. Line 1 shows the system in operation on machine A. It is shown taking its own compiler in symbolic form and translating it into an assembly language version.

L. Bauer and K. Samelson of the University of Mainz, Germany, the leaders of the ALGOR group. In June 1959 P. Mondrup and W. 9 These techniques were adapted to our machine DASK by P. Mondrup and form the main frame of the DASK ALGOL compiler completed in late 1961. In the meantime we became increasingly aware of the problems inherent in the ALGOL procedure concept and of the incompleteness of the description of procedures given in the Zürich ALGOL report (ALGOL 58). We raised this problem within the ALCOR group in December 1959, but were disappointed to find that the other members of this group did not seem prepared to take a common stand in the problem.

The design of the translator again is based on storage allocation considerations. These indicate that to achieve speed many internal passes should be used, employing the drum for storing the partially translated program, while the program and tables of each pass should be small enough to be stored completely in the core store. 4. e. the occurrence of an error is not considered the exception but will be handled by the same kind of logic as is used for any regular language feature. All these methods are discussed in greater detail in the remaining part of the present report.

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