(Russian acronym for “Logical Language for the Representation of Synthesis Algorithms”)
A language for the URAL-1 computer. It was coded in octal!
[“LYaPAS: A Programming Language for Logic and Coding Algorithms”, M.A. Gavrilov et al eds, Academic Press 1969].
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