110626     XLISP: An Experimental Object Oriented Language  Version:
V1.1, April 1983
Submitted by: David Betz
Operating System: CP/M 2.2, RSX-11M, RT-11 V4.0, VAX/VMS 3.0  Source
Language: DECUS "C"  Memory Required: 64KB  Software Required:
Requires DECUS "C" (DECUS Part No. 11-SP-18) to recompile under
RSX-11, RT-11 and VMS compatibility. Needs VAX-11 C to compile under
VMS native. Needs AZTEC "C" to recompile under CP/M.  Keywords:
Compilers, LISP, Programming Languages
Abstract: XLISP is an experimental programming language combining
some of the features of LISP with an object oriented
extension capability. It was implemented to allow
experimentation with object oriented programming on
small computers. There are currently implementations
running on the PDP-11 under RSX-11, RT-11, and UNIX V7,
on the VAX-11 under VAX/VMS and Berkeley VAX/UNIX and on
the Z-80 running CP/M-80. It is completely written in
the programming language "C" and is believed to be
easily extended with user written builtin functions and
Restrictions: This is only an experimental language.
Media (Service Charge Code): Write-Up (AA), Two RX01 Diskettes (KB)
Format: RT-11, 600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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