PL360 is a historical programming language created in 1967. PL360 (or PL/360) is a programming language designed by Niklaus Wirth and written by Niklaus Wirth, Joseph W. Wells, Jr., and Edwin Satterthwaite, Jr. for the IBM System/360 computer at Stanford University. Read more on Wikipedia...
- PL360 ranks in the top 20% of languages
- the PL360 wikipedia page
- PL360 first appeared in 1967
- See also: algol, assembly-language, euler
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Example code from Wikipedia:
BEGIN INTEGER BUCKET; IF FLAG THEN BEGIN BUCKET := R0; R0 := R1; R1 := R2; R2 := BUCKET; END ELSE BEGIN BUCKET := R2; R2 := R1; R1 := R0; R0 := BUCKET; END RESET(FLAG); END
Last updated November 16th, 2019