UNCOL is an intermediate representation language created in 1958. UNCOL (Universal Computer Oriented Language) was a proposed universal intermediate language for compilers introduced by Melvin E. Conway in 1958. It was never fully specified or implemented; in many ways it was more a concept than a language. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the UNCOL wikipedia page
- UNCOL first appeared in 1958
- See also: compiler-compiler, llvmir
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Last updated February 7th, 2020