Small-C is a historical programming language created in 1980. Small-C is both a subset of the C programming language, suitable for resource-limited microcomputers and embedded systems, and an implementation of that subset. Originally valuable as an early compiler for microcomputer systems available during the late 1970s and early 1980s, the implementation has also been useful as an example simple enough for teaching purposes. The original compiler, written in Small-C for the Intel 8080 by Ron Cain, appeared in the May 1980 issue of Dr. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- See also: c, unix, assembly-language, tinyc-compiler
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Last updated October 20th, 2019