(FAST) An assembly language for the IBM 650 by MITRE Corporation.
[CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
[Sammet 1969, p.526].
- Fortran d
A data-parallel Fortran developed by Ken Kennedy at Rice University. [“Fortran D Language Specification”, G. Fox et al, TR 90079, Rice U, March 1991]. E-mail: Theresa Chapman . (1994-12-16)
- Fortran i
An early version of Fortran designed by John Backus at IBM for the IBM 704. The design was begun in 1954 and a compiler released in April 1957. [Was this the first Fortran?] (1995-02-15)
- Fortran ii
1958. Added subroutines.
- Fortran iii
This was only distributed to ca. 20 sites. See Wexelblat.