MATH-MATIC is a programming language created in 1957. MATH-MATIC is the marketing name for the AT-3 (Algebraic Translator 3) compiler, an early programming language for the UNIVAC I and UNIVAC II. MATH-MATIC was written beginning around 1955 by a team led by Charles Katz under the direction of Grace Hopper. A preliminary manual was produced in 1957 and a final manual the following year. Read more on Wikipedia...
- MATH-MATIC ranks in the top 25% of languages
- the MATH-MATIC wikipedia page
- MATH-MATIC first appeared in 1957
- See also: flow-matic, arith-matic, algol-58, fortran
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Example code from Wikipedia:
(2) TYPE-IN ALPHA . (2A) READ A B C SERVO 4 STORAGE A IF SENTINEL JUMP TO SENTENCE 8 . (3) READ D F SERVO 5 . (4) VARY Y 1 (0.1) 3 SENTENCE 5 THRU 6 . (5) X1 = (7*103*Y*A*SIN ALPHA)3 / (B POW D+C POW E) . (6) WRITE AND EDIT A Y D E X1 SERVO 6 . (7) JUMP TO SENTENCE 2A . (8) CLOSE-INPUT AND REWIND SENTENCE 3 . (9) CLOSE-OUTPUT SENTENCE 6 . (10) READ F G H N SERVO 4 STORAGE A IF SENTINEL JUMP TO SENTENCE 20 . (11) EXECUTE SENTENCE 3 . (12) X2 = (3 ROOT (E-G)+LOG (D+N)) / (F2.6*EXP H) . (13) WRITE EDIT F D F X2 SERVO 6 . (16) JUMP TO SENTENCE 10 . (20) STOP .
Last updated August 9th, 2020