A LISP Implementation of BIP


This document describes a LISP implementation of BIP (Basic Interface Package) on the PDP-10 computer. BIP is a set of programs designed by Allen Newell at Carnegie-Mellon University which provides the builder of large programming systems a capability for easily defining notational conventions to be used for interacting with a system. The central routine in BIP is a translator which provides a symbol table and precedence-parsing facility.

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