This purpose of this post is to publish single line status
reports on the projects performed during the week.




Four more subroutines of the STNDPCG has been prepared
producing object files. The main routine was compiled
but did not produce an object files. More needs to be
learned. It is possible that a makefile software project
for Linux may be able to prepare the make file.




I have tentatively decided to prepare the make file
on the Linux machine using a makefile software project.
Both Linux and Apple use the UNIX file structure.
The existing makefile software project will have to
be extensively revised.


_BASIC_TYPEDEF_END_TYPEDEF commands of the typedef software
parts library have been functionally tested. When testing the
_BASIC_TYPEDEF_LOAD_FLOAT, an error was found in the float
decimal software parts library relative to handling a zero.


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2 Responses to “PROGRESS REPORT”

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