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OPS5/pc Expert/production language system.
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OPS5/pc Expert/production language system.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
BAGGER.OPS 8842 1736 deflated
HELLO.OPS 220 147 deflated
OPS5-PC.PRN 101681 25153 deflated
OPS5.EXE 81882 36028 deflated
OPS5HELP.DB 12960 2183 deflated
PC.OPS 4886 1390 deflated
README.DOC 1606 793 deflated
SETCOL.EXE 18928 10490 deflated

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Contents of the README.DOC file


OPS5/pc 3.6 September 16, 1989
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OPS5/pc was started about 2 years ago. It was put aside about a year ago
because of other committments by me, but I'm now back working on it again
and hope to make swift improvements. Over the next couple of months the
program will take a new direction. It will become more like todays popular
development environments and will offer better data and runtime control.


The documentation, OPS5-PC.PRN, is already formatted for any standard
printer. Just use the DOS command "COPY OPS5-PC.PRN PRN" to print it.
Registration information is included in the documentation.

There are a couple of sample OPS5 programs included (all files with an .OPS
extension). Since the manual included is not a full-blown tutorial on
OPS5 you may find these samples useful. In the Introduction I specify a
very good book on OPS5 for those who would like to pursue it further.
But, be warned. OPS5 is strictly a "pattern-matching" language with very
few creature-comforts that most programmers are accustomed to.

To run any of the sample programs, enter OPS5/pc and type:

(load )

..where is the OPS5/pc program to load. After loading and
compiling, type:

(run)

..to execute it.

For example, to run BAGGER.OPS (a program that bags groceries), type:


(load bagger.ops)
(run)


NOTE: You may also type:

OPS5 BAGGER.OPS

..to start OPS5/pc and run BAGGER.OPS in 1 step.



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