ALGO is a historical 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 Z├╝rich in 1958. This report underwent several modifications before becoming the Revised Report on which most ALGOL implementations are based. Read more on Wikipedia...

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Example code from Wikipedia:

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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