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Adaptable Syntax Assembler for a Stack Machine

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18 Jul 2021GPL38 min read 6K   3  
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A brief about an infix assembler language with an adaptable syntax for a calculator-like stack machine.

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I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Electrical Engineering. They did not have an undergraduate computer science department at the time, so I studied engineering, which included lots of physics. I worked for about 35 years programming in various languages, inclining C, Lisp, Pascal, COBOL, Basic and assembler. I'm here to make the prototype of a language with an adaptable syntax. It's different.

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