LIS programming language

LIS (Language d'Implementation de Systèmes) was a system implementation programming language designed by Jean Ichbiah, who later designed Ada.

LIS was used to implement the compiler for the Ada-0 subset of Ada at Karlsruhe on the BS2000 Siemens operating system.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Gerhard Goos and Georg Winterstein, "Towards a compiler front-end for Ada", Annual International Conference on Ada (1980), Proceedings of the ACM-SIGPLAN symposium on Ada programming language p. 36-46 at ACM Portal

References

  • Jean D. Ichbiah, The System implementation language LIS, Louveciennes, France: Compagnie internationale pour l'informatique, 1976.
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