Michigan Algorithm Decoder, aka Michigan Algorithm Decoder, is an actively used programming language created in 1959. MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder) is a programming language and compiler for the IBM 704 and later the IBM 709, IBM 7090, IBM 7040, UNIVAC 1107, UNIVAC 1108, Philco 210-211, and eventually the IBM S/370 mainframe computers. Developed in 1959 at the University of Michigan by Bernard Galler, Bruce Arden and Robert M. Graham, MAD is a variant of the ALGOL language. Read more on Wikipedia...
- Michigan Algorithm Decoder ranks in the top 5% of languages
- the Michigan Algorithm Decoder wikipedia page
- Michigan Algorithm Decoder first appeared in 1959
- See also: algol-58, algol, multics, algol-60, pl-i, isbn
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Example code from the Hello World Collection:
R Hello world in MAD PRINT FORMAT HELLOW VECTOR VALUES HELLOW=$13h0Hello, world*$ END OF PROGRAM
Example code from Wikipedia:
PRINT FORMAT HELLOW VECTOR VALUES HELLOW=$13h0Hello, world*$ END OF PROGRAM
Last updated August 9th, 2020