1. English Language Programs. Language for testing avionics equipment, on Varian 620/i.
“Multiband Automatic test Equipment – A Computer Controlled Checkout System”, T. Kuroda et al, Proc SJCC, 38 (1971).
2. Equational Logic Programming. A semantically pure, fully lazy language by M.J. O’Donnell . Latest version: 4.2.
Sun and DEC versions (ftp://gargoyle.uchicago.edu/pub/equations/eq4.2.tar.Z).
[“Equational Logic as a Programming Language”, M.J. O’Donnell, MIT Press 1985].
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