C- - Void Oriented Programming
Antiquity Spoffware Solutions is proud to announce its latest fully integrated software package for C programmers. C Programmers for years now have been frustrated with a myriad of functions designed for almost sickening efficiency and control. Any programmer knows that a language so flexible has its drawbacks: Universality. C- - combines all the power of BASIC, the readability of COBOL, and the wealth of string and graphics functions associated with FORTRAN.
C- - does away with floats and doubles, chars and ints and manipulates data entirely in LONG integer form (for portability.)
Here is an example:
#include <cmm.h> #LOADREGULARCLIBRARYFUNCTION (STDIO.H)
PRINTFORMATTEDOUTPUT ( "DEMONSTRATION OF C- - FUNCTIONS" ) SEMICOLON
LET THENUMBER A EQUAL 10 SEMICOLON LET THENUMBER B EQUAL 20 SEMICOLON
IF A .LT. B THEN DO SINGLEFUNCTION PRINTFORMATTEDOUTPUT( NUMBER, STRING, A, "IS SMALLEST" ) SEMICOLON OTHERWISE
IF B .LT. B THEN DO SINGLEFUNCTION PRINTFORMATTEDOUTPUT( NUMBER, STRING, B "IS SMALLEST" ) SEMICOLON OTHERWISE
DO NOTHING SEMICOLON
The above source, as you may have noticed, is not just a demonstration of the ASS software team's life-long persistence in the generation of efficient, compact, (and most of all) READABLE software.
The tried and true principles behind line-buffered input are sure to delight the seasoned programmer. C- - is sure to invoke images of keypunches and card readers and leave you happily chugging away at the keyboard.