Saturday, April 2, 2016

Describe graphical Kernel system

The graphical Kernel system : The graphical kernel system was developed in response to the need for a standardized method of developing graphics program. It represents a standard  graphics interface with consistent syntax. Furthermore, GKS was designed so that it may be should by means of subroutines to most common programming languages such as (C, FORTRAN, PASCAL, and BASIC).

GKS represents a programming language in the sense that it represents programmer with a consistent set of reserved words with specific language bindings us within a specific syntactical structure.
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