Ed Earl Ross

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BSEE, Retired
Programmed, mostly on mainframes, starting 1969, using Fortran, Lisp, Assembler (IBM1620, SDS930, IBM360, and others), Symbal (symbolic manipulation), Algol Extended, Pascal, C, COBOL, APL, Rexx, and others. I have done a tiny bit of OOP, but no pure functional languages, In all, I have used about two dozen languages, half assembler.

IDEs used: Turbo Pascal, Visual Studio, Emacs, and Geany.

Prefer data flow diagrams for design with functional decomposition, and once had the opportunity to use a data flow analysis CASE tool, but I cannot remember its name.


An imperative adaptive grammar, macro language with meta processing, an object base, and partial evaluation.

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