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20 August 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Fortran‎; 07:58 . . (-14). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(FORTRAN II: Go back to something more like the original.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fortran‎; 07:57 . . (-66). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(FORTRAN II: Actually, you could even make recursion work in the 1130-style case with a software stack.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fortran‎; 05:06 . . (+145). .Guy Harris (talk | contribs)(FORTRAN II: A*hem*. You do *not* need a stack pointer in your ISA to do recursion, and S/360 can do recursion just fine - you just have to maintain a stack in your calling convention.)

17 August 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Fortran‎; 13:11 . . (-808). .Mdmi (talk | contribs)(remove extraneous hardware detail from discussion of arithmetic IF)
  • (diff | hist) . . Fortran‎; 03:33 . . (-87). .Mdmi (talk | contribs)(correct memory and time requirements of CAS per the cited manual. Revise the assessment of arithmetic IF and its implementation.)