Business application language is a historical programming language created in 1974. Business Application Language (BAL) refers to one of many offshoots of the BASIC language and should not be confused with IBM's well-established Basic assembly language. Business Application Language was originally defined by Honeywell in 1973 and the major diffusion was in their system '80-'90 in Europe with the work of French firm Prologue S.A. that used BAL for programming on their proprietary Operative System (Prologue). Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Business application language first appeared in 1974
- See also: basic, unix
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Last updated October 20th, 2019