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    • COPE: A Cooperative Programming Environment 

      Archer, James E. Jr.; Conway, Richard W. (Cornell University, 1981-05)
      NO ABSTRACT SUPPLIED
    • The CORE User Interface 

      Archer, James E. Jr.; Conway, Richard W.; Shore, Andrew I.; Silver, Leonard S. (Cornell University, 1980-09)
      The distinctive characteristic of the CORE program development environment is its ttolerant user interface. This paper describes that interface. In addition to its unusual response to incomplete and incorrect constructions ...
    • The Design and Implementation of a Cooperative Program Development Environment 

      Archer, James E. Jr. (Cornell University, 1981-08)
      COPE is a program development environment that provides a highly tolerant user interface specifically designed for novice users. The design and implementation of COPE has been the work of a group which includes the author, ...
    • Display Condensation of Program Text 

      Archer, James E. Jr.; Conway, Richard W. (Cornell University, 1981-08)
      NO ABSTRACT SUPPLIED
    • Implementation of an Unrestricted File Organization for Micro-PL/CS 

      Archer, James E. Jr. (Cornell University, 1979-02)
      Micro PL/CS is a version of PL/CS developed for a single-user, interactive environment. A file system extension makes PL/CS self-sufficient for standalone file processing and secondary storage management. The basis of ...
    • User Recovery and Reversal in Interactive Systems 

      Archer, James E. Jr.; Conway, Richard W.; Schneider, Fred B. (Cornell University, 1981-10)
      Interactive systems, such as editors and program development environments, should be explicitly support recovery - facilities that permit a user to reverse the effects of past actions and to restore an object to a prior ...