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!Background
PL65, like the better-known [Action!], is a high-level ALGOL-derived language intended to produce high-performance code in a more readable format than [assembler]. The two languages share much in common in overall terms and even syntax and structure. The main difference is that PL65 includes a string type, something Action! lacked, but like Action!, PL65 also lacks a FLOAT type.
One unique feature of PL65 is that it includes two full-screen editors. The main editor is KED, and includes modern features like indentation support, search and replace, and block copy/paste. A second editor, the "micro editor", is included in the compiler program, allowing you to make minor changes without having to switch programs.
PL65 allows libraries to be referenced in a program using the INCLUDE directive, in a fashion largely identical to C'a #include. However, it also includes the LINK command, normally placed at the end of a file, which allows several files to be stitched together into one larger file. The difference is that INCLUDE begins compiling the referenced file when it is seen in the code, whereas LINK occurs only when the current file is complete.
PL65 has four data types; BYTE is a 8-bit unsigned value, INT
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