IMP programming language is a programming language created in 1960. IMP is an early systems programming language that was developed by Edgar T. Irons in the late 1960s through early 1970s. Unlike most other systems programming languages, IMP was an extensible syntax programming language. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the IMP programming language wikipedia page
- IMP programming language first appeared in 1960
- See also: edinburgh-imp, algol
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Example code from Wikipedia:
<ATOM> ::= ABS ( <ATOM,A> ) ::= DEWOP(214B,AREG1(1,13),A)
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