Illinois functional programming



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(IFP) An interpreter written in portable C by Arch D. Robison for a variant of Backus’s FP with syntax like ALGOL or Modula-2. IFP Runs under Unix, CTSS (Cray) and MS-DOS.
Version: 0.5.
(ftp://a.cs.uiuc.edu/pub/ifp). Posted to comp.sources.unix volume 10.
[“The Illinois Functional Programming Interpreter”, A.D. Robison, Proc 1987 SIGPLAN Conf on Interpreters and Interpretive Techniques (June 1987), pp. 64-73].
[“Illinois Functional Programming: A Tutorial”, A.D. Robison, BYTE Feb 1987, pp. 115-125].
(1994-10-24)

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