Category:ALGOL 68-rows

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ALGOL 68-rows is a set of array related routines and operators for use in ALGOL 68 programs (arrays are generally called rows in Algol 68).

To use this in a program, copy the source code from the Talk page to a text file called rows.incl.a68, putting it in the same directory as the importing program. Then add PR read "rows.incl.a68" PR to the source of the program.

If you are using ALGOL_68G or another compiler/interpreter that supports the read pragmatic comment, then the program can be run as usual. For other compilers, the ALGOL 68 pre-processor in Compiler/Simple file inclusion pre processor can be used (see the instructions on that page).

Note: with ALGOL 68G version 3, the default has changed to --warnings (before it was --nowarnings) so the code here will probably generate warnings about unused operators and procedures.