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ALGOL 68 with fewer tears

ALGOL 68 with fewer tears
C. H. Lindsey - Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL
ALGOL 68 is a new programming language, designed by Working Group 2.1 of IFIP—the body that produced the 1962 revision of ALGOL 60. This paper, which is intended for the reader with some familiarity with ALGOL 60, is intended as a guide to the new language, emphasising particularly the new features which give it its great power. Many implementations of ALGOL 68 are under way, and the one implementation actually running41 has successfully compiled this paper.
(Received October 1971)

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Date Published : October 1971

Manufacturer : algol

Platform : algol






This exhibit has a reference ID of CH8778. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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