Target-Machine Description Language

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Target-Machine Description Language definition

(TMDL) The machine-description language used in the Graham-Glanville code generator.
["Table-Driven Code Generation", S.L. Graham, IEEE Computer 13(8):25-34 (Aug 1980)].
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