A Lexicographic Analysis of Address Strings or Addressing the Problem of Losing Capitals
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This SIP was first arranged in November, 1975 with Mr. Peter Dykema, the head of administrative computing for the College. The major objective of the project was to write a software routine for the College's newly acquired Honeywell 62/40 computer system to handle a problem which was anticipated to be part of several applications of the machine in the near and distant future. That problem, briefly stated, was the conversion of character strings in upper case appropriately to upper and lower case. Specifically, these character strings were the various parts of addresses of the alumni of the College. Since the successful completion of the project in March, the software routine has been used in conjunction with other software systems to write letters and envelopes in the natural fashion (i.e., normal upper and lower case characters) for the annual alumni telephone drive held in April. In .the near future, the routine will be used in a more general alumni development project;and, in the somewhat more distant future, it is expected to be used in an admissions development project and other public relations projects for the College in general.
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