Stock, Karl F. "A listing of some programming languages and their users" in RZ-Informationen. Graz: Rechenzentrum Graz 1971

(1971)

Languages mentioned

  • 90-PAC {1961} 292 Report generation package for the IBM 7090
  • ABL {1963} 1 Atlas Basic Language
  • ACE {1961} 2 Autocode for the ACE
  • ACL {1971} 3 Systems language for ICL Atlas
  • ACT III ALGEBRAIC {1963} 4 Algebraic compiler for the LGP-300
  • ADAM {1964} 5 Data Management System for IBM 7030
  • ADPAC {1967} 6 Report generator for COBOL
  • AGGIE {1971} 7 FORTRAN II from TAMU
  • ALC {1971} 9 IBM 360 assembly language
  • ALGEK {1964} 10 Russian ALGOL/COBOL hybrid
  • ALGO {1958} 11 Algorithmic language for Bendix G-15
  • ALGOL {1958} 12 ALGOrithmic Language
  • ALGOL-GENIUS {1963} 13 ALGOL for SAAB
  • ALLEGRO {1971} 14
  • ALTRAN {1969} 15 A FORTRAN extension for rational algebra
  • AP2 {1957} 19 Automatic Programming
  • APL {1960} 16 Array-centered programing language
  • APS {1971} 17 Assembly Programming System
  • APT {1956} 18 Automatically Programmed Tools
  • ARGMAT {1966} 20 Matrix Algebra language
  • ARGUS {1958} 21 Automatic Routine Generating and Updating System
  • ASA {1971} 23
  • ASCENT {1971} 24
  • ASKA {1965} 25 Matrix finite element analysis language
  • ASM {1971} 26
  • ASPER {1971} 27
  • ASSIST {1971} 28
  • AUTOCOMM {1963} 29 Simplified COBOL
  • AUTOPOL {1971} 30 AUTOmated Programming Of Lathes
  • AUTOPROMT {1957} 31 AUTOmated PROgramming of Machine Tools
  • AUTOSPOT {1962} 32 AUTOmated System for Positioning Of Tools
  • BA {1971} 34
  • BAL {1971} 35 IBM 360 assembly language
  • BAP {1957} 36 UC Berkeley IBM 701 assembler
  • BASIC {1963} 37 Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  • BEFAP {1960} 38 Bell labs macroassembler
  • BELL-CODE {1971} 39
  • BEMAT {1966} 40 Matrix Algebra language
  • BEST {1969} 41
  • BULLCAT {1971} 42 BULL Calcul Automatique des Temps
  • Burroughs Assembler {1966} 43
  • CAL {1968} 44 Course Author Language
  • CAPS {1966} 45 CASE language
  • CDCWIC {1971} 46
  • CDM {1971} 47 Control Data Mathematical programming
  • CHLF3 {1962} 48 Multi-establishment ATLAS Autocode
  • CLEO {1963} 50 Autocode for EE LEO computers
  • CL-I {1960} 49 Compiler generator language
  • CLP {1964} 51 Cornell List Processor
  • COBOL {1960} 52 COmmon Business Oriented Language
  • CODAP {1962} 53 CDC Symbolic assembler
  • COGO {1961} 54 CO-ordinate GeOmetry system
  • COMIC {1971} 55
  • COMIT {1957} 56 String-handling and pattern-matching language
  • COMPASS {1961} 57
  • COMTRAN {1958} 58 Commercial Translator
  • COPAN {1971} 59
  • COPI {1968} 60 Computer Oriented Programmed Instruction
  • CORAL {1963} 61 English military realtime language
  • CORC {1963} 62 CORnell Compiler
  • CourseWriter {1966} 63 CAI Language
  • CPL {1963} 64 Combined Programming Language
  • CPL {1964} 64 Conversational Programming Language
  • CSL {1966} 65 Control and Simulation Language
  • DAC-I {1966} 66 GM Design system
  • DACICC Code {1965} 67 Code for the DACICC computers
  • DAP {1971} 68
  • DAPHNE {1971} 69
  • DATA-TEXT {1967} 70 Batched data analysis system
  • DDT {1963} 71
  • DITRAN {1967} 72 Diagnostic FORTRAN
  • DL/I {1966} 73 Data Language/I
  • DOI {1952} 74 Wheeler
  • DYNAMAT {1971} 75
  • DYNAMO {1959} 76 DYNAmic MOdels simulation
  • DYSTAL {1965} 77 Array-based list-processing for Fortran
  • EAI ASSEMBLY {1971} 78
  • EASYCODER {1960} 79 Automatic code generator from template cards
  • EASYTRAN {1971} 80
  • ECL-1 {1969} 81 Environment Control Language
  • ECSL {1966} 82 Extended Continuous Simulation Language
  • EDIT {1968} 83
  • EDITOR {1971} 84
  • ELAN {1971} 85
  • Elliot Mark II AUTOCODE {1961} 86 Version II of the Elliot Autocode
  • EMA {1964} 87 Extended Mercury Autocode
  • EOL {1967} 88 Expression Oriented Language
  • EPOS ALGOL {1971} 89
  • EPSYLON {1971} 90
  • ESP {1970} 91 Symbolic maths system
  • EVA-LISP {1971} 92
  • EXAPT {1967} 93
  • EXCHLF {1966} 94 Extension of CHLF3 for ATLAS
  • FACT {1958} 95 Fully Automated Compiling Technique
  • FAP {1956} 96 Lockheed interpreter for Univac 1103A
  • FARGO {1960} 97 Report generation package for the IBM 1401
  • FAS {1971} 98
  • FASP {1971} 99
  • FAST {1959} 100 FORTRAN compiler
  • FOCAL {1968} 101 FOrmula CALculator. - JOSS family
  • FORCOM {1971} 102
  • FORGO {1963} 103 Learner FORTRAN
  • FORMAC {1962} 104 FORmula MAnipulation Compiler
  • FORTRAN {1954} 105 Backus et al high-level compiler
  • FORTRAN-RPG {1970} 107
  • FORTRANSIT {1956} 106 FORTRAN Internal Translator
  • FREIBURGER CODE {1971} 108
  • GAMMATRAN {1971} 109
  • GASP {1961} 111 General Activity Simulation Program
  • GASP-FORTRAN {1967} 112
  • GECOM {1960} 113 GE Hybrid language system
  • GEFRC {1971} 114
  • GENIE {1961} 115 Algorithmic language for the Rice R1
  • GESAL {1953} 116 General Electric Symbolic Assembly Language
  • GMAP {1968} 117
  • GOTRAN {1960} 118 Load-and-go FORTRAN
  • GPS {1967} 119 General Purpose Simulation
  • GSP {1957} 120 General Simulation Program
  • HYTRAN {1963} 121 Analog simulation language
  • IBFAP {1971} 122
  • IBSFAP {1971} 123
  • INFOL {1964} 124 Querying language
  • INTERCODE {1957} 125 Mark I* Autocode
  • INTERP {1971} 126 Burroughs conversational system
  • INZENYER {1971} 127
  • IPL-V {1957} 128 Information Processing Language v5
  • ISRCOMP {1971} 129
  • IT {1955} 130 Internal Translator mathematical autocoder
  • JOVIAL {1959} 131 Airforce International Algebraic Language
  • LAFFF {1971} 132 Financial anaysis language
  • LAMBDA {1971} 133
  • Language H {1962} 134 Simplified general purpose business language
  • LISP 1.5 {1959} 135 LISP major release
  • LOAD AND GO {1956} 136 Rand Corp FORTRAN
  • LOGOL {1968} 137 String-manipulation language
  • LOUP {1971} 138
  • LP 3 {1961} 140
  • LP/90 {1961} 141 Linear Programming 90
  • LPG {1970} 139
  • LSC {1971} 142
  • LYRIC {1966} 143
  • MA/8 {1971} 150
  • MAC {1957} 144 MIT Algebraic Compiler for IBM 650
  • MAC {1957} 144 Mercury Automatic Coding
  • MADTRAN {1965} 145
  • MAGEN {1963} 146 Matrix manipulation language
  • MAL {1971} 147
  • MAP {1960} 148 Macro Assembly Program
  • MATRIX {1955} 149 Ferranti Matrix Interpretive Scheme
  • MENTOR {1969} 151
  • MICMAC {1971} 152
  • MIDAS {1963} 153 Digital simulation language
  • MIMIC {1964} 154 Continuous simulations language
  • MIRFAC {1962} 155 2dimensional maths compiler
  • MITRA {1971} 156
  • MOHAC {1971} 157
  • MONITOR {1971} 158
  • MONTECODE {1962} 159 Interpreter Monte Carlo simulations language
  • MOPS {1969} 160
  • MOST {1971} 161 Macro-Oriented System Technique
  • MPL {1967} Mathematical Programming Language
  • MPL {1971} 162 MicroProgramming Language
  • MPL/I {1965} 162 Multiple Purpose Language
  • NARP {1971} 163
  • NEAT {1960} 164 NCR's Autocoder
  • NEATA {1971} 165
  • NEC {1971} 166
  • NELIAC {1958} 167 Navy Electronics Laboratory International ALGOL Compiler
  • NERC {1971} 168
  • NICOL {1967} 169 NIneteen hundred COmmercial Language
  • Normal code {1957} 288 High level assembler for the StanTec Zebra
  • NPL {1963} 170 New Programming Language
  • OKISIP {1964} 171 OKI HLA
  • OSA {1971} 172
  • OSAP {1971} 173
  • OSAS-A {1971} 174
  • OSUSYS {1971} 175
  • OULP {1971} 176
  • PACER {1969} 177
  • PACTOLUS {1964} 178 Digital simulation language
  • PADSOL {1971} 179
  • PAF {1957} 180 Conversational programming language
  • PAL {1968} 181 Pedagogic Algorithmic Language
  • PAL {1963} 181 Macro assembler for UNIVAC 1050
  • PALGO {1962} 182 Olivetti Algol 60 variant with lambda calculus
  • PANEL {1971} 183
  • PANON-1B {1965} 184 Pattern-directed symbol manipulation language
  • PASO 11 {1971} 185
  • PATCH {1971} 186
  • PDQ {1971} 187
  • PGS {1971} 188 Program Generator System
  • PIG 2 {1971} 189
  • PL/I {1964} 193 Programming Language One
  • PLAN {1965} 190 ICL Symbolic assembler
  • PLANIT {1967} 191 Umich/SDC CAI language
  • PPG {1971} 194
  • PRETAB {1971} 195
  • PROSA {1971} 196
  • PSYCO {1966} 197 Princeton SYntax COmpiler
  • PUFFT {1965} 198 Student's Fortan
  • QUICKTRAN {1965} Conversational FORTRAN
  • RAPIDWRITE {1962} 200 Simplified COBOL dialect
  • REGENT {1971} 201 CAD Language
  • RPG {1959} 202 Report Program Generator
  • RUG {1971} 203 Report and Update Program Generator
  • RUSH {1965} 204 Interactive Dialect of PL/I
  • S2 {1971} 257
  • SAC {1956} 205 Electrodata assembler for Burroughs
  • SAINT {1961} 206 A program to do formal integration
  • SAKO {1960} 207 Polish Automatic Coder
  • SAL {1968} 208 Simple Algebraic Language
  • SALT {1957} 209
  • SAP {1957} 210 SHARE Assembly Program
  • SAS {1970} 211 Polish assembler
  • SAS {1971} 211 Statistical Analysis System
  • SCAT {1957} 212 SHARE Compiler, Assembler, Translater
  • SCATRAN {1962} 213 Ohio SU Algol
  • SELMA {1965} 214 Matrix Algebra language
  • SICOM {1963} 215
  • SIFT {1962} 216 Fortran->Fortran translator
  • SIGMA {1968} 252 BESM Macroprocessing system
  • SIMBOL {1971} 217 ICL SIMulated Boolean Oriented Language
  • SIMPAC {1962} 220 Fixed step simulation language
  • Simple code {1957} 221 Floating point autocode
  • SIMSCRIPT {1961} 222 Discrete simulations package
  • SIMSOL {1971} 223 CDC simulation language
  • SIMULA {1962} 224 SIMUlation LAnguage
  • SIMULATE {1971} 225
  • SIP {1971} 226
  • SIR {1955} 227 IBM Autocoder for IBM 650
  • SLAP {1962} 228 Simple Language for Automatic Programming
  • SLEUTH {1962} 229 Symbolic Assembler for UNIVAC 1107
  • SLI {1971} 230
  • SLIP {1963} 231 Symmetric LIst Processsor
  • SMIL {1971} 233
  • SNAP {1969} 234 Report generation language with natural language features
  • SNOBOL {1962} 235 String processing language
  • SNOWBALL {1971} 236
  • SOAP {1955} 237 Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program
  • SOCRATES {1971} 238
  • SOL {1964} 239 Simulation Oriented Language
  • Solve {1964} 240
  • SOP {1971} 241
  • SPG {1970} 242
  • SPRINT {1967} 243 Stack-based string processing language
  • SPS {1963} 244
  • SPURT {1965} 245 Symbolic Programming Language for the UNIVAC Real Time system
  • STAR I {1959} 246 Burroughs 220 assembler
  • STRCOMP {1971} 247
  • STRESS {1964} 248 STRuctual Engineering Systems Solver
  • STRINGCOMP {1967} String manipulating JOSS
  • SURVO {1971} 249
  • SUSA {1971} 250
  • SWIFT {1971} 251
  • SYMBOL {1971} 253 Hardware based data structure programming language
  • SYMOB {1971} 254 SYsteme MOdulaire Bull
  • SYMSCRIPT {1971} 255
  • SYNTOL {1960} 256 French IR language
  • TAB II {1966} 258
  • TABTRAN {1967} 259 Westinghouse decision table language
  • TAMP {1971} 260
  • TAP {1967} 261 Decision table language
  • TAS {1971} 263 Telefunken-Assembler-Sprache
  • TDMS {1970} 272 Time-Shared Data Management System
  • TECO {1960} 265 Text Editor and COrrector - Macro language
  • TELCOMP {1966} 266 Joss variant for remote computing
  • TEXAS {1971} 267
  • TEXT EDITOR {1971} 268
  • TINT {1963} 269 Interpreted JOVIAL dialect
  • TRAC {1959} 270 A man-machine string manipulating language
  • TSAR {1968}
  • TSAR {1970} 271 Statistical system for taped-stored data
  • TUTOR {1974} 192 Scripting for CAI
  • UMAP {1971} 273
  • UNCL {1971} 264 Language for the TEACH system
  • USE {1957} 274 USE Scientific Compiler UNIVAX 1103A
  • Usercode {1963} 275 Autocode for the KDF9
  • UTMOST {1962} 276
  • VELOCODE {1971} 277
  • VFAP {1971} 278
  • W-20 {1971} 284
  • WIPL {1971} 279
  • WITRAN {1971} 280
  • WIZ {1963} 281 GE autocode
  • WIZOR {1962} 282 Compiler compiler for GE-25
  • WORDCOM {1963} 283
  • XBASIC {1972} 285
  • XPL {1967} 286 Compiler subset of PL/I
  • XS-3 {1971} 287
  • Z-A {1971} 290
  • Z-ASSEMBLER {1971} 291
  • Zoom {1971} 289