Delila Program: doodle

doodle program

Documentation for the doodle program is below, with links to related programs in the "see also" section.

{version = 1.97; (* of doodle.p 1999 Oct 22}

(* begin module describe.doodle *)
   doodle: pascal graphics library and preprocessor for pic under unix

   doodle(input: in, output: out)

   input: text.  portions surrounded by .PS and .PE are
      searched for function names.  when a function name is found,
      the parameters on the same line are read.
   output: copy of input text except that the functions detected
      during reading are translated into pic commands.

   Doodle is a preprocessor for the pic program.  (Yes you got it
   right... doodle is a preproprocessor for troff.)
   The pic preprocessor takes a series of commands and converts
   them to troff input under the unix operating system.
   Commands allow one to draw pictures and imbed them into
   text.  Doodle creates pic commands for things like lines
   and axes and spirals and other things.
      Doodle's main purpose is to be a testing shell for a general set of
   pascal graphics routines, available as modules.

see also
   the doodle manual,, module.p

   Thomas D. Schneider

   none known

(* end module describe.doodle *)
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