Code-generator generator language



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(“seagull”) (CGGL) A machine description language based on modelling the computer as a finite-state machine.
[“A Code Generator Generator Language”, M.K. Donegan et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(8):58-64, Aug 1979].
(1994-10-24)

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