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ALGOL 58, originally known as IAL, is one of the family of ALGOL computer programming languages. It was an early compromise design soon superseded by ALGOL 60.
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by Edwin D. Reilly
The first proposal for the language, Algol 58, solved many of the problems. It introduced the idea that there would be three representations of the language ( reference, publication, and hardware) such that the meaning of texts expressed in the ...
by John Bessant, Richard Lamming
Algol 58, Algol 60 etc.). It has now been largely superseded by more powerful languages, such as PASCAL. 6 algorithm algorithm.
by Lance Day, Ian McNeil
machine precluded its use with the recently available high-level language Algol 58.Therefore, with Kemeny,heset about developinga simple language and operating system that would usesimple English commands and beeasy to learn and ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
NELIAC Computer Programming, a programming language that was based on Algol 58 and used on many second-generation computers. (An acronym for the Navy Electronics Laboratory International Algol Compiler.) Nelson diaphragm cell ...
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