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By Zenon Kulpa (auth.), Leonard Bloc, Zenon Kulpa (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540107053

ISBN-13: 9783540107057

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A more detailed description can be found in [12]. Text editor The text editor has two d i f f e r e n t functions: firstly all input is entered and edited with it. Secondly, it is used to maintain a library of p r o c e d u r e s as described above. It works like any normal text editor: text can be entered and manipulated by means of simple commands. It has some similarities with the TECO editor [13]. Text can be entered either from the keyboard or can be read in from a file. Macro processor The procedure facility is implemented by using a macro processor.

A more detailed description can be found in [12]. Text editor The text editor has two d i f f e r e n t functions: firstly all input is entered and edited with it. Secondly, it is used to maintain a library of p r o c e d u r e s as described above. It works like any normal text editor: text can be entered and manipulated by means of simple commands. It has some similarities with the TECO editor [13]. Text can be entered either from the keyboard or can be read in from a file. Macro processor The procedure facility is implemented by using a macro processor.

An image data type is available which makes the buffered access to images of any size and picture element type completely transparent to the user. The procedures can be of two types, internal or external. The internal procedures are procedures previously written in ILIAD and saved in libraries. The external procedures are similar to the CELLO command modules, i e independent programs linked to the system through certain global data areas. The syntax of the calls of both types of procedures is exactly the same.

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