Up: Extending A++
Previous: Extending A++
In the preface we already mentioned that A++ can easily be extended by importing
the primitive operations from Scheme and by adding a few more primitives to
make this extended version of A++ called ARS++ a language equipped
to face the programming problems of the real world.
The implementation of ARS++ contains a virtual machine called AVIM and
a compiler ACOMP. The functionality of ARS++ goes a little bit beyond the
functionality of Scheme.
The book Programmierung pur introduces ARS++ in detail, describes
its implementation and make the source code of the implementation available
on a CD-Rom.
Georg P. Loczewski