Algol 58



algol 58

language
An early version of ALGOL 60, originally known as “IAL”.
Michigan Algorithm Decoder (MAD), developed in 1959, was based on IAL.
[“Preliminary report – International Algebraic Language”, CACM 1(12):8, 1958].
[Details? Relationship to ALGOL 60?]
(1999-12-10)

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