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This is a tutorial program which illustrates how the Standard's macro expansion algorithm works. By Plum Hill.
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This is a tutorial program which illustrates how the Standard’s macro expansion algorithm works. By Plum Hill.
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Contents of the READ.ME file


The MAC demonstration program

This is a tutorial program which illustrates how the Standard's
macro-expansion algorithm works. First, look at some of the .out files
to see the model of presentation of macro-expansion.

Then, look at the file mac.c for notes on the implementation. This is
not an elegant program. It was designed to illustrate the dynamics in
the minimum amount of C code. Forget about "information-hiding";
everything is a string of chars.

All of this directory is experimental, not intended to be authoritative,
and in no way an official opinion of the ANSI X3J11 committee.

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Permissions:

Permission is granted for reproduction and use of this mac program,
provided that its enclosed authorship notice is reproduced entirely.


Tom Plum, Plum Hall Inc, 609-927-3770, uunet!plumhall!plum .


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