Sammet, Jean E., "Roster of Programming Languages 1972"

(1972)

(1972) Computers & Automation 21(6B), 30 Aug 1972   Jean E Sammet

Languages mentioned

  • Active Language I {1963} 3 Interactive mathematics system
  • AED {1963} 5 Engineering flavour of ALGOL
  • AIDS {1970} 6 Debugging system
  • ALP {1962} 7 Autocode List-Processing Language
  • ALPAK {1963} 8 Extension to ALTRAN to manipulate polynomials and rational functions
  • ALTAC {1959} 9 Algorithms on TAC
  • AMBIT {1964} 10 Algebraic manipulation
  • AMPPL-I {1968} 11 Associative array extensions to FORTRAN IV
  • AMTRAN {1966} 12 Automatic Mathematical Translator
  • APACHE {1961} 16 Analog simulation language
  • APAREL {1969} 17 A PArse REquest Language
  • APL {1960} 18 Array-centered programing language
  • APRIL {1969} 19 Programming language for the ARGUS 5000
  • APT {1956} 20 Automatically Programmed Tools
  • ASP {1967} 22 Association Store Processor
  • ASSEMBLER {1955} 23 Modification of Rochester Assembler at IBM Poughkeepsie
  • ASTRE {1969} 25 Symbolic manipulation program
  • AUTOSPOT {1962} 27 AUTOmated System for Positioning Of Tools
  • Autostat {1960} 28 Statistical Programming Language
  • AXLE {1964} 29 Table-based string processing language
  • BAL {1971} 30 IBM 360 assembly language
  • BASEL {1968} 32 BASE Language for an extensible language facility
  • BASIC {1963} 33 Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
  • BCL {1966} 34 Commercial language for the Atlas
  • BCPL {1967} 35 Basic CPL
  • BHSL {1966} 36 Basic HYTRAN Simulation Language
  • BLISS {1969} 37 CMU systems programming language
  • BLODI {1961} 38 BLOck DIagram
  • BLS {1972} 39 BASIC Language System
  • BNF {1959} 40 Backus Naur Form
  • BRUIN {1969} 41 Conversational PL/I
  • CADEP {1969} 42 Language for computer-assisted description of patterns
  • CAL {1968} 43 Course Author Language
  • CAN {1968} 44 FOCAL dialect
  • CDL {1969} 46 Compiler Description Language
  • CDL {1965} 46 Command Definition Language for ICES
  • CDL {1970} 46 Control Definition Language
  • CDL 1 {1970} 46 Computer Definition Language
  • CEMMA 2 {1971} 47 a simulation language
  • CLEO {1963} 49 Autocode for EE LEO computers
  • CL-I {1960} 48 Compiler generator language
  • CLP {1964} 50 Cornell List Processor
  • COBIT {1972} 51
  • COBLOC {1964} 52 Simulations program
  • COBOL {1960} 53 COmmon Business Oriented Language
  • CODAP {1962} 54 CDC Symbolic assembler
  • CODIL {1970} 55 Context-sensitive Information Manipulation language
  • COGENT {1965} 56 COmpiler and GENeralized Translator
  • COIF {1970} 57
  • COMIT {1957} 58 String-handling and pattern-matching language
  • COMMEN {1967} 59 Multiparadigm language
  • COMPL {1966} 60
  • CONVERT {1966} 61 String processing language hybrid of COMIT and LISP
  • COPI {1968} 63 Computer Oriented Programmed Instruction
  • CORAL {1964} 64 Class Oriented Ring Associated Language
  • CORC {1963} 65 CORnell Compiler
  • COSMO {2001} 66
  • CourseWriter {1966} 67 CAI Language
  • CPL {1964} 68 Conversational Programming Language
  • CPL {1963} 68 Combined Programming Language
  • CSL {1966} 69 Control and Simulation Language
  • CSMP {1965} 70 Continuous System Modeling Program
  • CSS/II {1977} 69
  • CSSL {1967} 71 Continuous System Simulation Language
  • CUPL {1967} 73 Cornell University Programming Language
  • DAPHNE {1971} 74
  • dataBASIC {1970} 75
  • DBL {1968} 76
  • DDL {1968} 77 Digital Design Language
  • DES {1963} 78 Differential Equation Solver
  • DETAB-X {1960} 79 Decision table-aware dialect of COBOL
  • DIDOL {1970} 81
  • DIFTRAN {1968} 82 Hebrew character based programming language
  • DISPLAYTRAN {1968} 83
  • DPL {1968} 84 Dataless Programming Language
  • DSL/90 {1965} 85 Computer simulation language
  • DYNAMO {1959} 86 DYNAmic MOdels simulation
  • DYNASAR {1962} 87 GE Systems simulation language
  • DYSAC {1961} 88 Continuous simulation system
  • DYSTAL {1965} 89 Array-based list-processing for Fortran
  • EASYTRAN {1971} 90
  • ELF {1968} 91
  • EOL {1967} 92 Expression Oriented Language
  • ERL {1971} 93 Evoked Response Language
  • EULER {1967} 94 LISP with Algol syntax
  • EULER {1965} 94 Wirth Algol
  • EXAPT {1967} 95
  • FACT {1958} 96 Fully Automated Compiling Technique
  • FAP {1956} 97 Lockheed interpreter for Univac 1103A
  • FATAL {1972} 98
  • FLEX {1960} 99 Intermediate language for the ALA system
  • FLIP {1966} 100 Format List Processor
  • FOCAL {1968} 101 FOrmula CALculator. - JOSS family
  • FORMAC {1962} 102 FORmula MAnipulation Compiler
  • FORTAB {1962} 103 A Decision Table Language for Scientific Computing Applications
  • FORTRAN {1954} 104 Backus et al high-level compiler
  • FORTRANSIT {1956} 105 FORTRAN Internal Translator
  • FSL {1966} 106
  • GAN {1972} 107
  • Gargoyle {1964} 109
  • GASP {1961} 110 General Activity Simulation Program
  • GEA {1968} 111 Graph Extended ALGOL
  • Gedanken {1969} 112
  • GENIE {1961} 113 Algorithmic language for the Rice R1
  • GENIUS {1964} 114 ALGOL at SAAB
  • GIM-I {1966} 115 Information retrieval language
  • GIS {1966} 116 General Information Store
  • GPL {1967} 117 General Purpose Language
  • GPS {1967} 119 General Purpose Simulation
  • GPS {1957} 118 General Problem Solver
  • GRAF {1967} 120 GRaphic Additions to FORTRAN
  • GRAIL {1967} 121 Flowcharting language based on JOSS
  • GRASP {1966} 122 GRAphic Service Program
  • GRIN-2 {1970} 123 GRaphical INteraction language
  • HOI {1964} 125 HYTRAN Operations Interpreter
  • HYTRAN {1963} 126 Analog simulation language
  • ICES {1961} 127 Integrated Civil Engineering System
  • ICETRAN {1965} 128 Translator between ICES and FORTRAN
  • ICL {1969} 129 ILLIAC Control Language
  • IFAPT {1966} 130 Canadian adaptation of APT
  • IITRAN {1969} 131 Illinois Institute of Technology fast load and go FORTRAN
  • IMOL {1969} 132 Interactive MOnitor Language
  • INFOL {1964} 133 Querying language
  • IPL-V {1957} 134 Information Processing Language v5
  • ISPL {1971} 135 Instruction Set Processor Language
  • IT {1955} 136 Internal Translator mathematical autocoder
  • JASP {1970} 137 Simulation language for a time-shared system
  • JCL {1971} 138 Job Control Language
  • JEAN {1968} 139
  • JOSS II {1965} 140 Version 2 of JOSS
  • JOVIAL {1959} 141 Airforce International Algebraic Language
  • KEYBOL {1972} 142
  • L {1970} 143
  • L6 {1963} 153 Laboratories Low-Level Linked List Language
  • LABGOL {1970} 144 Time-sharing algol
  • LAPREC {1972} 145 LAngage de Programmation pour Ecran Cathodique
  • LEAP {1968} 146 Language for the Expression of Associative Procedures
  • LEFT {1972} 147 Language for Editing and Formatting Text
  • LIDIA {1972} 148 Lernen Im DIAlog
  • LISP 1.5 {1959} 149 LISP major release
  • LPG {1970} 150
  • LRLTRAN {1968} 151 Vector processing FORTRAN extension
  • LSD {1971} 152 Language for Systems Development
  • LYaPAS {1964} 154 Symbolic extensions to APL
  • MAC {1957} 155 Mercury Automatic Coding
  • MAC {1957} 155 MIT Algebraic Compiler for IBM 650
  • MACROGENERATOR {1972} 156
  • MAD {1959} 157 Michigan Algorithm Decoder
  • MADAM {1972} 158
  • MADBLOC {1965} 159
  • MADCAP VI {1972} 160
  • MAGEN {1963} 161 Matrix manipulation language
  • MANTRAN {1972} 163
  • MAP {1960} 164 Macro Assembly Program
  • MARK IV {1968} 165
  • MARVEL {1972} 166
  • MATLAN {1972} 167 MATrix LANguage
  • MDL {1971} 168 LISP with data types and arrays
  • MERMAID {1968} 169
  • MESY {1972} 170
  • Meta {1960} 171 Syntax-directed compiler
  • METACOBOL {1964} 172 ADR Cobol 60
  • MGRL {1972} 173 MIND Grammar Rule Language
  • MIDAS {1963} 174 Digital simulation language
  • MIMIC {1964} 175 Continuous simulations language
  • MINI-FIRMS {1972} 176
  • MIX {1968} 177 MIX Assembly Language
  • ML/I {1967} 179
  • MLS {1967} 178 Mixed Language System
  • MOBSSL {1969} 180 Block-Structured Simulation Language
  • MONTECODE {1962} 181 Interpreter Monte Carlo simulations language
  • MORON {1969} 182 Paper language for teaching computing
  • MPL {1967} Mathematical Programming Language
  • MPL {1971} 183 MicroProgramming Language
  • MPS {1972} 184
  • MS2 {1967} 185
  • MULTILANG {1967} 186
  • MVC {1972} 187 Multiple Variate Counter
  • NABUR {1963} 189 NAREC ASSEMBLER for the BURROUGHS D825
  • NEBULA {1960} 191 Ferranti business autocode
  • NELIAC {1958} 192 Navy Electronics Laboratory International ALGOL Compiler
  • NET-1 {1969} 193 Circuit analysis system
  • NICOL {1967} 194 NIneteen hundred COmmercial Language
  • NPL {1963} 195 New Programming Language
  • NUCLEOL {1970} 196 Tree-based list processing language
  • OL/2 {1973} 197
  • OMNITAB {1963} 198 Statistical analysis and desk calculator
  • OPAL {1972} 199
  • OSCL {1972} 200 Operating SystemControl Language
  • PACTOLUS {1964} 201 Digital simulation language
  • PAL {1968} 202 Pedagogic Algorithmic Language
  • PAL {1963} 202 Macro assembler for UNIVAC 1050
  • PALGO {1962} 203 Olivetti Algol 60 variant with lambda calculus
  • PANON-1B {1965} 204 Pattern-directed symbol manipulation language
  • PARTNER {1962} 205 Analog simulations language
  • Pascal {1970} 206 Wirth's development of the Algol-W proposal
  • PDEL {1968} 207 Partial differential equation system implemented
  • PEARL {1970} 208 Real-Time Language
  • PEARL {1972} 208
  • Pearl {1968} 208
  • PENCIL {1967} 209 Pictorial encoding language
  • PIL/I {1967} 210 Interactive naths system
  • PL/2 {1972} 217 Programming Language 2
  • PL/C {1970} 215 Programming Language/Cornell
  • PL/I {1964} 216 Programming Language One
  • PL360 {1965} 218 Wirth's Algol 60-derived HLA for the 360
  • PLACE {1968} 211
  • Plankalkul {1943} 213 Algebraic compiler for Z3
  • PLANNER {1967} 214 Goal-direct LISP dialect
  • POP-2 {1967} 220 The first true functional language
  • POSE {1967} 221
  • PROFILE {1967} 222 Pattern matching language
  • PROGRESS {1972} 223
  • PROMIDA {1976} 224 PROgrammiersprache fUr dieMIttlere DAtentechnik
  • PROSA {1971} 225
  • PROTEE {1972} 227
  • PS 440 {1974} 228 PL 360 for the Telefunken TR 440
  • PSYCO {1966} 229 Princeton SYntax COmpiler
  • PUFFT {1965} 230 Student's Fortan
  • QA4 {1967} 231 Question Answering
  • QSPL {1967} 233
  • Quest {1976} 232
  • QUICKTRAN {1965} 235 Conversational FORTRAN
  • QUIKSCRIPT {1965} 234 Extensions to GATE for simulation
  • RAPIDWRITE {1962} 236 Simplified COBOL dialect
  • RASTA {1972} 237 Problemorientierte Programmiersprache zur Berechnung RAeumlicher STAbwerkeI
  • REDUCE {1963} 238
  • REGENT {1971} 239 CAD Language
  • REL English {1975} 240
  • RPL {1967} 241 MITRE reductive report generation language
  • RUSH {1965} 242 Interactive Dialect of PL/I
  • SAKO {1960} 243 Polish Automatic Coder
  • SAL {1968} 244 Simple Algebraic Language
  • SAP {1957} 245 SHARE Assembly Program
  • SASP I {1972} 246 Syntactically Analyzed String Processor
  • SCADS {1972} 247
  • SCAN {1972} 248 Conversational programming language for text analysis
  • SCOPE {1972} 249 Simple Checkout-Oriented Programming languagE
  • SEL {1971} 250
  • SETL {1970} 251 Set based programming language
  • SIMPAC {1962} 253 Fixed step simulation language
  • SIMPL/I {1972} PL/I-based simulation
  • SIMPL/I {1972} 255 PL/I-based simulation
  • SIMPLIST/70 {1969} 256
  • SIMSCRIPT {1961} 257 Discrete simulations package
  • SIMULA {1962} 258 SIMUlation LAnguage
  • SLAMS {1972} 259 Simplified Language of Abstract Mathematical Structures
  • SLANG {1969} 260 Simulation language
  • SLEUTH {1962} 261 Symbolic Assembler for UNIVAC 1107
  • SLIP {1963} 262 Symmetric LIst Processsor
  • SNAP {1969} 264 Report generation language with natural language features
  • SNOBOL {1962} 265 String processing language
  • SOAP {1955} 266 Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program
  • SODAS {1967} 267
  • SOL {1964} 268 Simulation Oriented Language
  • Speakeasy {1971} 269 Interactive expression-oriented language with plugins
  • SPECOL {1968} 270 Querying language
  • SPITBOL {1971} 271
  • SPL {1970} 272 Space programming language
  • SPRINT {1967} 273 Stack-based string processing language
  • SPS {1963} 274
  • SPURT {1965} 275 Symbolic Programming Language for the UNIVAC Real Time system
  • STEP {1972} 276
  • STRESS {1964} 277 STRuctual Engineering Systems Solver
  • STRUDL {1965} 278 STRUctured Design Language
  • Sue {1971} 279
  • SURVO {1971} 280
  • SYSTEMATICS {1972} 281 Decision table based systems language
  • TABSOL {1960} 282 Tabular systems language
  • TACPOL {1976} 283 Army for command and control language
  • TALK {1963} 284 EE Commercial Autocode
  • TASS {1959} 285 Tech Assembly System
  • TELCOMP {1966} 286 Joss variant for remote computing
  • TELSIM {1966} 287 Simulation language
  • TESLA {1969} 288 Simulation language for control circuits
  • TRAC {1959} 289 A man-machine string manipulating language
  • TRANQUIL {1966} 290 Set language for ALGOL
  • TREET {1964} 291 trinary tree variant of LISP
  • UASAP {1956} 292 SHARE Macro-assembler
  • UNCOL {1958} 293 Proposed universal intermediate language
  • UNICODE {1955} 294 UNIVAC hybrid of FORTRAN and MATH-MATIC
  • VALGOL II {1964} 296
  • Vienna Definition Language {1965} 297 Formal language description language
  • WISP {1964} 298 Macro-based list processing language
  • XPOP {1964} 299 Extensible macro assembly