Laning and zierler



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Possibly the first true working algebraic compiler. Written by J.H. Laning Jr and N. Zierler in 1953-1954 to run on MIT’s Whirlwind computer.
[Sammet 1969, pp. 131-132].
[Did the language have a name?]
(1994-11-01)

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