ALGO is a programming language created in 1958. ALGO is an algebraic programming language developed between 1959 and 1961 for the Bendix G-15 computer. ALGO was one of several programming languages inspired by the Preliminary Report on the Language written in Zürich in 1958. This report underwent several modifications before becoming the Revised Report on which most ALGOL implementations are based. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the ALGO wikipedia page
- ALGO first appeared in 1958
- See also: algol-60, neliac, algol-58
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1 TITLE TRABB PARDO-KNUTH ALGORITHM 2 SUBSCript I,J 3 DATA A(11) 4 FORMAt FI(2DT), FLARGE(3D) 5 PROCEDURE F(T=Z) 6 BEGIN 7 Z=SQRT(ABS(T))+5*T^3 8 END 9 FOR I=0(1)10 10 A[I]=KEYBD 11 FOR J=0(1)10 BEGIN 12 I=J-10 13 F(A[I]=Y) 14 PRINT(FI)=I 15 IF Y > 400 16 GO TO LARGE 17 PRINT(FL)=Y 18 GO TO NEXT 19 LARGE: PRINT(FLARGE)=999 20 NEXT: CARR(1) END 21 2END
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