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SA-C (programming language)

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Single Assignment C (SA-C) (pronounced "sassy") is a member of the C programming language family designed to be directly and intuitively translatable into circuits, including FPGAs.[1] To ease translation, SA-C does not include pointers and arithmetics thereon. To retain most of the expressiveness of C, SA-C instead features true n-dimensional arrays as first-class objects of the language.

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  1. ^ Grelck, Clemens (2019), Zsók, Viktória; Porkoláb, Zoltán; Horváth, Zoltán (eds.), "Single Assignment C (SAC)", Central European Functional Programming School: 6th Summer School, CEFP 2015, Budapest, Hungary, July 6–10, 2015, Revised Selected Papers, Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 207–282, doi:10.1007/978-3-030-28346-9_7, ISBN 978-3-030-28346-9, retrieved 2023-03-15

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