SYMbolic ALgebra. A symbolic mathematics language with ALGOL-like syntax by Max Engeli, late 60’s. Implemented for CDC 6600.
[“User’s Manual for the Formula Manipulation Language SYMBAL”, M. Engeli, TRM-8.00, Comp Ctr UT Austin, June 1968].


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