General purpose macro-generator

(GPM) An early text-processing language similar to TRAC, implemented on the Atlas 2 by Christopher Strachey.
[“A General Purpose Macrogenerator”, C. Strachey, Computer J 8(3):225-241, Oct 1965].


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