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IBM Systems Journal
This paper discusses the design and building of an APL interpreter for the IBM Personal Computer. Discussed is the writing of the interpreter itself, which required the use of an intermediate language designed by the authors. This machine-independent language also made possible the development of APL interpreters for two other systems"System/370 and Seriesll. The particularizing of the interpreter required a compiler, which in the case of the Personal Computer produced Intel 8088 and 8087doi:10.1147/sj.241.0061 fatcat:5vkkqbh6znefvdabdwnl5pr2dy