Edinburgh IMP is a historical programming language created in 2002. Edinburgh IMP is a development of ATLAS Autocode, initially developed around 1966-1969 at Edinburgh University, Scotland. IMP was a general-purpose programming language which was used heavily for systems programming. Expressively, IMP is extremely similar to Algol and includes all the Algol-style block structure, reserved keywords, and datatypes such as arrays and records. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Edinburgh IMP first appeared in 2002
- See also: algol, imp, imp-programming-language
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Last updated October 14th, 2019