Input/Output and Communication with the Environment
In this chapter, we cover various SETL capabilities that have been ignored in the preceding chapters. These include additional facilities for input/output, for sensing aspects of the environment in which a SETL program is running, and for passing strings or integers as parameters to SETL runs in a particularly convenient way. A full account of all the memory options and listing control commands which can be used to modify various aspects of SETL compilation and execution is given.
KeywordsEnvironment Operator Command Line Text Line Social Security Number Interactive Program
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