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Atlas Commercial Language Manuak

ACL - Atlas Commercial Language was a programming language devised by David Hendry bearing a superficial resemblance to COBOL. For various reasons, Atlas would have struggled with COBOL so the flavour of the language was adapted to make is word-orientated rather than character-based. Various other changes were made to the language which became a major workhorse of the Atlas Computer

This manual is by David Hendry for the University of London Atlas Computing Centre.
September 1965

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Date Published : September 1965

Manufacturer : ULCS

Platform : ACL






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH10297. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Atlas Commercial Language Manuak

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