ALGOL 68

ALGOL 68 (short for ALGOrithmic Language 1968) is an imperative computer programming language that was conceived as a successor to the ALGOL 60 programming language, designed with the goal of a much wider scope of application and more rigorously defined syntax and semantics. The contributions of ALGOL 68 to the field of computer science have been deep, wide ranging and enduring, although many of these contributions were only publicly identified when they had reappeared in subsequently developed programming languages.


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  12. Fisher, Anthony J.: A ”yo-yo” parsing algorithm for a large class of van Wijngaarden grammars (1992)
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  14. Einarsson, Bo: Application of mixed language programming (1990)
  15. Lloyd, N. G.; Pearson, J. M.: REDUCE and the bifurcation of limit cycles (1990)
  16. Ehrich, Hans-Dieter; Gogolla, Martin; Lipeck, Udo Walter: Algebraische Spezifikation abstrakter Datentypen (1989)
  17. Hohmann, Joachim: Der Plankalkül im Vergleich mit algorithmischen Sprachen (1989)
  18. Jokinen, Matti O.: Automatically replacing indices into parallel arrays with pointers to records (1989)
  19. Neaga, M.: PASCAL-SC. Eine Pascal-Erweiterung für wissenschaftliches Rechnen (1989)
  20. -: The last Algol bulletin (1988)

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