You may use the programs that are generated for any legitimate purpose. However, these programs are furnished "as is" and with NO WARRANTY of any kind, expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability or fitness for any purpose.
In most programming languages, a procedure specifies argument types, and any call to that procedure must use the same types. Therefore, to reuse someone else's procedure, you must understand and conform to their data types.
In our approach, a view describes how your data matches the abstract data used by the system. Generic procedures can be specialized by compilation through the view to yield versions of the programs that operate on your data.
To obtain programs from this Automatic Programming Server, you must:
You must have the Java virtual machine installed to run this demo; you can get it for Windows (msjavx86.exe) here.
The best things in life are free: this demo uses the free software Gnu Common Lisp (GCL), XGCL, X windows [see also XFree86], Java, and WeirdX, a Java implementation of an X server.
Follow these steps: