Speakeasy computational environment is a historical programming language created in 2006. Speakeasy is a numerical computing interactive environment also featuring an interpreted programming language. It was initially developed for internal use at the Physics Division of Argonne National Laboratory by the theoretical physicist Stanley Cohen. He eventually founded Speakeasy Computing Corporation to make the program available commercially. Read more on Wikipedia...

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$ In the following statement 
$ selector must be >= 1 and <= N

GO TO label1, label2, ..., labelNĀ : selector 
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label1:
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label2:
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labelN:
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