[Oberon] RISC emulator
jan at verhoeven272.nl
Fri Mar 28 12:13:06 CET 2014
> To take the variable "n" into account even for MIN(INTEGER) I would change
> it to:
> IF ROR(x, 31) = 1 THEN i:=10; DEC(n); a:="8463847412"
Now, ROR sounds nice to assembly language programmers but many HLL
people will be on the wrong leg, whereas Oberon does have a native
command to tackle it, which is fully understandable by all. I would
IF 31 in x THEN bla; bla; bla
with the proper type conversion for 'x'.
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