ec [ program_source ] [ argument ]...
ec [ program_bytecode ] [ argument ]...
ec is the program responsible for the execution of elastiC code. If invoked with a source file (with extension .ec), it will provide to compile it on the fly before starting execution. Otherwise, if a bytecode object file is given as argument, it will start immediately its execution.
none for the moment
On a fatal error, the program returns an exit code greater than 0.
ec hello.ec ec hello.ecc ec factorial.ec 6 ec factorial.ecc 6
the ecc(1) manpage: for the compiler alone
the ecdump(1) manpage: for the bytecode disassembler
the elastic(1) manpage: for the language
Marco Pantaleoni (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright (C) 1997-1999 Marco Pantaleoni. All rights reserved.
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