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|Title:||A NOTE ON THE MULTICS COMMAND LANGUAGE|
|Abstract:||Some aspects of the Multics operating system are critically examined. In particular, the properties of the command and language are noted as allowing considerable general purpose programming power. The strength and weaknesses are discussed and a quantitative evaluation of speed is attempted based on a comparison of programming the "Towers of Hanoi" and Ackermann's function in both Multics command language and pll. The programs also serve to exemplify the use of the command language.|
|Appears in Collections:||Colijn, Anton |
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