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Question - 1. In the orignal Fortran implementation, parameters and procedure-local variables were assigned storage in static memory rather than in dynamically instantiated activation records. What language feature did versions of Fortran prior to Fortran 90 lack that made this organization of memory feasible? 2. What is the different between the control and access links? What language feature is facilitated by the presence of access links? 3. What dynamic, in-memory structure can be used to implement function values that can refer to functions that are nested and can access statically-scoped variables/parameters. 4. C has static scoping and function values (= function pointers). Why does it not need closures and acces ...Read More

Solution Preview - ameters and procedure-local variables were assigned storage in static memory rather than in dynamically instantiated activation records.  What language feature did versions of Fortran prior to Fortran 90 lack that made this organization of memory feasible? Answer: Prior to Fortran 90 we had Fortran 77 as one of the popular language for computing

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