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Symbol manipulation in FORTRAN: SASP I subroutines

A set of subroutines for use in FORTRAN are described whose purpose is to synthesize output strings from (i) input strings which have been analysed by the SHADOW general syntactic analysis subroutine reported earlier, and/or (ii) packed BCD strings formed in any way. Function-type subroutines are included for intermediate manipulations, which are performed on the strings which are stored in an abbreviated internal representation. The automatic way in which an internal representation for each newly created substring is stored sequentially in a block of common storage, and the manner in which a storage block is dynamically allocated for that purpose, are discussed.

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