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Design considerations for IBM Personal Computer Professional FORTRAN, an optimizing compiler

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Roberts, M.L. ; Ryan-McFurland Corporation, 609 Deep Vulley Drive, Rolling hills, California 90274, USA ; Griffiths, P.D.

An optimizing FORTRAN compiler with power to handle large applications at execution speeds comparable to those of large computers has been implemented on the IBM Personal Computer. This implementation is described, with emphasis on the design decisions that were considered in the development of the compiler.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 1 )