Date

1966

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Mathematics

First Adviser

Gerhard Rayna

Abstract

This report describes the construction and implementation of the Precision Arithmetic Programming System designed for use on the GE - 225 Data Processing System. The system was written as a collection of subroutines in the LEWIZ programming language. Various list processing techniques were applied in the structuring of the data for the system to provide efficient and dynamic memory allocation. The Precision Arithmetic Programming System provides the ability to perform ordinary arithmetic operations on integer data of any order of magnitude without any loss of precision in the final result.

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