Text Executive Programming Language is a programming language created in 1979. In 1979, Honeywell Information Systems announced a new programming language for their time-sharing service named TEX, an acronym for the Text Executive text processing system. TEX was a first generation scripting language, developed around the time of AWK and used by Honeywell initially as an in-house system test automation tool. TEX extended the Honeywell Time-Sharing service (TSS) line editor with programmable capabilities which allowed the user greater latitude in developing ease-of-use editing extensions as well as write scripts to automate many other time-sharing tasks formerly done by more complex TSS FORTRAN programs.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Text Executive Programming Language first appeared in 1979
- See also: awk, tex, ascii
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_ lastly we subs in x,y,z and then evaluate the goto mypgm_1_2!label_3 which does an interfile goto goto mycat/mypgm_?x?_?y?!label_?z?
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