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Icon Version 8.0 is a high-level, general-purpose programming language that is designed for nonnumerical applications. Complete compiler and examples. Part 1 of 5.
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Icon Version 8.0 is a high-level, general-purpose programming language that is designed for nonnumerical applications. Complete compiler and examples. Part 1 of 5.
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Contents of the README file


These diskettes contain files for Version 8 of Icon for MS-DOS as follows:

pkxarc.comdearchiving utility
icon.arcexecutable binaries [474KB]
docs.arcarchived documents [96KB]
samples.arcarchived sample programs and data [3KB]

The figures in brackets indicate the approximate amount of disk space
needed for the unloaded files. It is not necessary to keep all the
executable binary files; about 270KB will suffice for the minimum
configuration.

The executable files should be unloaded on a place on your PATH specification.
For example, if this diskette is mounted in your A drive and you set
your current directory to where you want the files, the following
unloads the executable binary files:

a:pkxarc a:icon.arc

There are two executors, one that is smaller but does not support large-
integer arithmetic, and a larger one that does support large-integer
arithmetic. The first is named iconx.exe and the second is named iconxl.exe.
The latter can be given the standard name as follows:


rename iconxl.exe iconx.exe

More information about the executors is given in ipd132.doc in docs.arc.

The documents and sample programs can be unloaded in a similar fashion
to the executable files.

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9/14/90 ADDENDUM
added by Mark Anderson, 2810 Peregoy Dr., Kensington, MD 20895:

Source code and programs for other operating systems are available on:

The ICON Project's BBS: (602) 621-2283
For problems with BBS: (602) 621-8448



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