By Seares F. H.
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But it is, I hope, more effective from a human point Of view. 1 PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS Chap. 2 CONCURRENT PROCESSES I will introduce the language by solving a simple and useful problem: How can text be copied as fast as possible from a card reader to a line printer? 1 shows a card reader, a line printer, and a program that copies data from one to the other. The card reader and line printer can transfer 1000 and 600 lines/min (corresponding to 60 and 100 msec/line). The simplest solution to the problem is a cyclical, sequential program cycle input; o u t p u t end that inputs one line at a time from the card reader and outputs it to the line printer.
Of char Sec. ) o f integer vat g: diskfile; j: integer; y: intpage; write(g, j, y) We could, o f course, suggest the use of a t y p e definition t hat mentions all the possible variants of a disk page. But this is unrealistic. When a system programmer writes a disk file routine he cannot anticipate all the possible data types t ha t users will assign to disk pages in the future. All the programmer knows and can depend on when he writes the disk file procedure is the physical length of a disk page.
Send(text); end; end; A card process has access to a line buffer. It uses four private variables: an io parameter, two lines called t e x t and error, and an integer called charno. The process inputs lines from the card reader and sends them through the buffer. If the power of the card reader is turned off, the input is repeated until the operator intervenes. A card input with transmission errors is replaced by question marks. Finally, we need a c o p y process t h a t can transmit data from one buffer to another.
Absolute Scales of Photographic and Photovisual Magnitude(en)(7s) by Seares F. H.