Does anyone know of a good place to find information on p-code programming?  A web page?  Suggest a book?  A book store?  Anything that might be helpful is appreciated!
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What do  you mean by p-code??  thanks
LSILesAuthor Commented:
to kellyjj:
hmmm...  well, i'm kinda curious myself.  i'm trying to figure out exactly what it is.  here's what i know so far:  it's an intermediate level language (somewhere in between pascal and computer).  that's just about it.  sad, eh?  i'm not even sure if p-code is actually a language or just something compiled from pascal.  PLEASE!  anyone that has anything that they can give to me would be much appreciated.  =)
Maybe "p-code" is "pure-code".
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You are not looking for "Pseudo" code, are you?
LSILesAuthor Commented:
The points will go to ozo, since he is the only one that got me some references.  Thanks for trying though, everyone!
LSILesAuthor Commented:
Oh...  by the way ozo, what do i have to do to give you the points?  Don't you have to submit the answer?
Yes, you should be able to accept the answer now.

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LSILesAuthor Commented:
I would have loved to know where I could find the book itself (instead of just a reference), but I guess that'll have to do since nobody else has any clue at all.  =-)  Thanks!
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