JOSS Extended and Adapted for Nineteen-hundred, aka JOSS Extended and Adapted for Nineteen-hundred, is a historical programming language created in 1960. JEAN was a dialect of the JOSS programming language developed for and used on ICT 1900 series computers in the late 1960s and early 1970s; it was implemented under the MINIMOP operating system. It was used at the University of Southampton. JEAN was an acronym derived from "JOSS Extended and Adapted for Nineteen-hundred". Read more on Wikipedia...

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  • See also: joss
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