Algorithmic assembly language



algorithmic assembly language
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(ALIAS) A machine oriented variant of BLISS. ALIAS was implemented in BCPL for the PDP-9.
[“ALIAS”, H.E. Barreveld, Int Rep, Math Dept, Delft U Tech, Netherlands, 1973].
(1997-03-13)

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