A Programming Language by Kenneth E. Iverson

By Kenneth E. Iverson

Iverson K.E. A Programming Language. (Wiley, 1962)(ISBN 0471430145)

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0 A delimiter is either one of the following special characters & ’ ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > 8 | 9 or one of the following compound delimiters each composed of two adjacent special characters => .. ** := /= >= <= << >> 10 <> 11 Each of the special characters listed for single character delimiters is a single delimiter except if this character is used as a character of a compound delimiter, or as a character of a comment, string_literal, character_literal, or numeric_literal. The following names are used when referring to compound delimiters: delimiter => ..

1 Object Declarations 1 An object_declaration declares a stand-alone object with a given nominal subtype and, optionally, an explicit initial value given by an initialization expression. For an array, task, or protected object, the object_declaration may include the definition of the (anonymous) type of the object. Syntax object_declaration ::= defining_identifier_list : [aliased] [constant] subtype_indication [:= expression]; | defining_identifier_list : [aliased] [constant] array_type_definition [:= expression]; | single_task_declaration | single_protected_declaration 2 defining_identifier_list ::= defining_identifier {, defining_identifier} 3 Name Resolution Rules 4 For an object_declaration with an expression following the compound delimiter :=, the type expected for the expression is that of the object.

1 Object Declarations 1 An object_declaration declares a stand-alone object with a given nominal subtype and, optionally, an explicit initial value given by an initialization expression. For an array, task, or protected object, the object_declaration may include the definition of the (anonymous) type of the object. Syntax object_declaration ::= defining_identifier_list : [aliased] [constant] subtype_indication [:= expression]; | defining_identifier_list : [aliased] [constant] array_type_definition [:= expression]; | single_task_declaration | single_protected_declaration 2 defining_identifier_list ::= defining_identifier {, defining_identifier} 3 Name Resolution Rules 4 For an object_declaration with an expression following the compound delimiter :=, the type expected for the expression is that of the object.

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