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|Date:||24 Aug 1996 21:29:35 -0400|
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>Richard Wexelblat: History of Programming Languages. Has a discussion with
>John Backus re Fortran ...
I remember this article as particularly interesting in terms of
the commercial potential of the then new "compiler concept".
Another article I would use for such a lecture is the one on the
AUTOCODER system by the late Grace Hopper, in the same book.
[I thought Autocoder was the assembler for the 1401. -John]
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