Fortran and PL/I 
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 Fortran and PL/I


> Yes, but statements have been made in this ng that a direct translation
> of a C source is not possible, so one of the things I accomplish
> with my examples is illustrate that fortran has a better shot at a
> direct translation due to syntax advantages like .operator.

PL/I provides a "better shot" on account of its strong string
handling facilities.

> btw, you havent answered whether PL/I has a similiar syntax option.

The nearest would be:

y = operator (x);

> Dave

Mon, 28 Jan 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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