POP-2 is a programming language created in 1967. POP-2 (also referred to as POP2) is a programming language developed around 1970 from the earlier language POP-1 (developed by Robin Popplestone in 1968, originally named COWSEL) by Robin Popplestone and Rod Burstall at the University of Edinburgh. It drew roots from many sources: the languages LISP and ALGOL 60, and theoretical ideas from Peter J. Landin. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the POP-2 wikipedia page
- POP-2 first appeared in 1967
- See also: cowsel, algol-60, pop-11, unix, prolog, poplog, common-lisp, standard-ml
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Example code from Wikipedia:
vars operation 3 +*; lambda x y; x * x + y * y end -> nonop +*
Last updated February 18th, 2020