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 Tom Alan Cargill

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October 2001 Dr. Dobb's Journal: Volume 26 Issue 10, October 2001
Publisher: CMP Media, Inc.
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June 1996 Pattern languages of program design 2
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc.
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May 1996 C++ gems
Publisher: SIGS Publications, Inc.
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May 1996 C++ gems
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May 1996 C++ gems
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May 1996 C++ gems
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February 1995 C++ Report: Volume 7 Issue 2, Feb. 1995
Publisher: SIGS Publications, Inc.
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October 1993 OOPSLA '93: Proceedings of the eighth annual conference on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications
Publisher: ACM
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October 1993  ACM SIGPLAN Notices: Volume 28 Issue 10, Oct. 1, 1993

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September 1993 The evolution of C++: language design in the marketplace of ideas
Publisher: MIT Press
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August 1992
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March 1990 UNIX Vol. II: research system (10th ed.)
Publisher: W. B. Saunders Company
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October 1987 ACM SIGARCH Computer Architecture News: Volume 15 Issue 5, Oct. 1987
Publisher: ACM
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We wish to determine the effectiveness of some simple hardware for debugging and profiling compiled programs on a conventional processor. The hardware cost is small -- a counter decremented on each instruction that raises an exception when its value becomes zero. With the counter a debugger can provide data watchpoints ...
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October 1987  ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review: Volume 21 Issue 4, Oct. 1987 October 1987  ACM SIGPLAN Notices: Volume 22 Issue 10, Oct. 1987 October 1987  ASPLOS II: Proceedings of the second international conference on Architectual support for programming languages and operating systems

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June 1986 OOPSLA '86: Conference proceedings on Object-oriented programming systems, languages and applications
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Pi is a debugger written in C + +. This paper explains how object-oriented programming in C + + has influenced Pi's evolution. The motivation for object-oriented programming was to experiment with a browser-like graphical user interface. The first unforeseen benefit was in the symbol table: lazy construction of an ...
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November 1986  ACM SIGPLAN Notices - Proceedings of the 1986 conference on Object-oriented programming systems, languages, and applications: Volume 21 Issue 11, Nov. 1986

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December 1983 Journal of Systems and Software: Volume 3 Issue 4, December, 1983
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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This paper describes the evolution of a debugger for C programs on the Blit, a multiprocessing bitmap terminal. The debugger is of interest for the following reasons: 1.(1) it is assisted by the terminal software's elegant separation of the debugger process from its subject process; 2.(2) it resides autonomously in ...

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March 1983 ACM SIGSOFT Software Engineering Notes - Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN software engineering symposium on high-level debugging: Volume 8 Issue 4, August 1983
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This paper describes the evolution to date of a flexible debugger for C programs on the Blit, a multi-processing bitmap terminal. The debugger is of interest for the following reasons: -- it is assisted by the terminal software's elegant separation of the debugger process from its subject process. -- it ...
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August 1983  ACM SIGPLAN Notices - Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN software engineering symposium on high-level debugging: Volume 18 Issue 8, August 1983 March 1983  SIGSOFT '83: Proceedings of the symposium on High-level debugging

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January 1983 SIGSOFT '83: Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT/SIGPLAN software engineering symposium on High-level debugging
Publisher: ACM
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This paper describes the evolution to date of a flexible debugger for C programs on the Blit, a multi-processing bitmap terminal. The debugger is of interest for the following reasons: it is assisted by the terminal software's elegant separation of the debugger process from its subject process. it resides autonomously ...

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July 1980 ACM SIGOA Newsletter: Volume 1 Issue 3, July 1980
Publisher: ACM
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January 1980
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It is now accepted that ongoing maintenance activities account for a major proportion of overall software expenses. This phase of a product's lifetime calls for continued, complex interaction between the software's source text and its programmers. Historically, in organizing large programs, the form of presentation of their source text to ...



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