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A structured language for interactive graphics Teeple, Douglas William Lloyd


This thesis discusses the design and implementation of the computer language SLING (Structured Language for Interactive Graphics). SLING by assign is a high-level structured procedural language. Constructs promoting user interaction have been added to enhance graphics capabilities. The implementation of SLING is core and execution-time efficient relative to current computer graphics languages. It is designed to run on a minicomputer with minimal core requirements.

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