Part-compilation in high-level languages
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Many programming languages include the ability to divide large programs into smaller segments, which are compiled separately. When a small modification is made to a large program, then the affected segment only has to be re-compiled.
This paper discusses how high-level languages like Algol 68, Algol W or Simula 67 can incorporate part-compilation in a usable, secure and efficient way.
Key words and phrasesPart-compilation Separate compilation Programming language High-level language Algol 68 Algol W Simula 67 Compiler External procedures
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