Fully Automated Compiling Technique, aka Fully Automated Compiling Technique, is a programming language created in 1959. FACT is an early discontinued computer programming language, created by the Datamatic Division of Minneapolis Honeywell for its model 800 series business computers in 1959. FACT was an acronym for "Fully Automated Compiling Technique". It was an influence on the design of the COBOL programming language. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Fully Automated Compiling Technique first appeared in 1959
- See also: cobol
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L 1 PAGE-HEADING BATCH NO. ^ IN ERROR PAGE ^ L 2 COLUMN-HEADING EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS EMP.NO. HOURS L 3 ERROR-LINE ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ ^ .^ L 4 BOND-HEADING BOND ORDERS EMP. NO. NAME DATE BOND PAGE ^ L 5 BONDORDER-LINE ^ ^ ^- ^- ^ . ^ L 6 DEL-HEADING TERMINATIONS EMP. NO. DATE NAME BOND CR. TOTALS.. GROSS TAX FICA INSUR RET PAGE ^ L 7 DELETIONS-LINE ^ ^- ^- ^ ^ . ^ . ^ . ^ . ^ . ^ . ^ L 8 ERROR-HEADING ERRORS... EMP. NO. DATE TYPE PAGE ^ L 9 ERROR-LINE ^ ^- ^- ^ ^ L 10 TITLE-LINE PLACE CHECK FORM IN PRINTER L 12 1PAYLINE ^ ^/ ^/ ^ .^ ^/ ^/ ^ L 13 2PAYLINE . ^ . ^ . ^ .^ . ^ L 14 3PAYLINE ^ $****. ^ . ^ . ^
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