Re: Writing a Pascal translator

On Tue, 05 Jul 2005 14:20:54 GMT, <mikee@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2005-07-05, Joel Reymont <joelr1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Mike, I would translate it into Lisp for now.
>> Edi, that was a different project. A poker server (cluster) project
>> that I finished. Erlang is not particularly high-performance, though,
>> and would not be suitable for writing neural networks or financial
>> models that analyze large volumes of data. This is why I'm back to
>> Lisp.
> I wrote a yacc/lex interface for EasyLanguage when I was taking
> out-of-the-box indicators from tradestation to run in linux directly.

Tradestation is a W32 program. You needed a sockets interface too?
Or did you have tradestation running in WINE? There is also a DLL
backdoor into tradestation.

The LOOP construct is really neat, it's got a lot of knobs to turn!
Don't push the yellow one on the bottom.