A Controllable Resistor with Features of a Field-Effect by A.G.Akimov, M.Yu.Barabanenkov, M.L.Baranochnikov,

By A.G.Akimov, M.Yu.Barabanenkov, M.L.Baranochnikov, A.V.Leonov, A.D.Mokrushin, and N.M.Omel'yanovskaya

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Res := sys(18, old, new) This renames file old to new. It return 0 if successful. res := sys(21, upb) This allocates a vector whose lower bound is 0 and whose upper bound is upb. It return zero if the request cannot be satified. ). res := sys(23, name) This loads a Cintcode module from file name. It return a pointer to the loaded module if sucessful. Otherwise it returns zero. res := sys(24, seg) This initializes the global variables define in the loaded module pointed to by seg. It returns zero is there is an error.

Rtn envlist CIN:y, POS:y, NAT:n, WCE:y This holds the list of logical name value pairs used by the functions setlogval and tt getlogval, and the command setlogval. mem for inspection by commands such as dumpsys and dumpdebug. These field provide information about the state at moment when the dump occurred. The field abortcode holds the most recent return code from the Cintcode interpreter and context specified why the dump was requested, as follows: 1: dump caused by second SIGINT 2: dump caused by SIGSEGV 3: fault in BOOT or standalone debug 4: dump by user calling sys(Sys_quit, -2) 5: dump caused by non zero user fault code 6: dump requested from standalone debug The fields lastp, lastg and lastst hold the most recent settings of the Cintcode P, G and ST registers.

If a value specification (=Ki ) is omitted, the a value one larger than the previously defined manifest constant is implied, and if =K1 is omitted, then =0 is assumed. Thus, the declaration: STATIC { A; B; C=10; D; E=C+100 } declares A, B, C, D and E to be static variables having initial values 0, 1, 10, 11 and 110, respectively. 4. 5 23 LET Declarations LET declarations are used to declare local variables, vectors, functions and routines. The textual scope of names declared in a LET declaration is the right hand side of its own declaration (to allow the definition of recursive procedures), and subsequent declarations and the commands.

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