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ALGO is an algebraic programming language developed between 1959 and 1961 for the Bendix G-15 compute


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ALGO is an algebraic programming language developed between 1959 and 1961 for the Bendix G-15 computer.

ALGO was one of several programming languages inspired by the Preliminary Report on the International Algorithmic Language written in Zürich in 1958. This report underwent several modifications before becoming the Revised Report on which most ALGOL implementations are based. As a result, ALGO and other early "ALGOLs" have a very different syntax from ALGOL 60.

Other languages developed from the Zürich report include BALGOL, MAD (Michigan Algorithm Decoder) and NELIAC.

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1 Example

1.1 Remarks

2 See also

3 External links

[edit]Example

Here is the Trabb Pardo-Knuth algorithm in ALGO:

1. TITLE TRABB PARDO-KNUTH ALGORITHM

2. SUBSCript I,J

3. DATA A(11)

4. FORMAt FI(2DT), FLARGE(3D)

5. PROCEdure F(T=Z)

6. BEGIN

7. Z=SQRT(ABS(T))+5*T^3

8. END

9. FOR I=0(1)10

10. A[I]=KEYBD

11. FOR J=0(1)10 BEGIN

11. I=J-10

12. F(A[I]=Y)

13. PRINT(FI)=I

14. IF Y > 400

15. GO TO LARGE

16. PRINT(FL)=Y

17. GO TO NEXT

18. LARGE: PRINT(FLARGE)=999

19. NEXT: CARR(1) END

20. END

[edit]Remarks

1. A title is the only type of comment allowed. Line numbers were inserted by the editor.

2. Integer data type. The lower-case letters are not typos, but reflect the way in which ALGO code was presented in the original documentation.

3. Only the size of an array can be specified, lower bound is always zero.

4. The first format calls for a two-digit number followed by a tab, the second for a three digit number.

5. The syntax of ALGO's procedure implementations is slightly different from that given in the Zurich report. Functions as defined by the Zürich report are

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