Explore languages searching by category Numerical Scientific
//ELLPACK    1989 Algebraic   United States   Parallel version of ELLPACK 
20-GATE    1961 Internal Translators   United States   GATE for the G-20 
99-Gate    1962 Internal Translators   United States   GATE for the 7090 
A-0    1952 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for UNIVAC 1 
A-1    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for UNIVAC I 
A-2    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   UNIVAC compiler 
A-3    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematical problems 
A9    1959 Low-level Autocoders   Australia   Interpreter for SILLIAC 
ABC ALGOL    1973 True ALGOL60s   Netherlands   ALGOL 60 extension for symbolic math 
ABS12 ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   Algol 60 with process control extensions 
ACOM    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Early Autocode at GM 
Acrith    1986   United States   High Accuracy Arithmetic Fortran Extensions 
ACT III ALGEBRAIC    1963 Generalised programming   United States   Algebraic compiler for the LGP-300 
Active Language I    1963 Arithmetic   United States   Interactive mathematics system 
AFAC    1957 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic autocode at GM Allison 
AGGIE    1971 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN II from TAMU 
ALADIN    1971 Arithmetic   France   Interactive maths system for IBM 360.  
ALAM    1967 Algebraic   United Kingdom   Atlas LISP Algebraic Manipulation 
ALCOR    1961 True ALGOL60s   International   ALCOR-Gruppe ALGOL 
ALGAE    1950 Algebraic   United States   Los Alamos algebraic system 
ALGAMC    1966 True ALGOL60s   Russian Federation   Russian Algol dialect 
Algebraic    1953 Other US historic   United States   MIT Automatic Coding System  
Algebraic Compiler PRORAB    1957 Algebraic   Ukraine   Leningrad algebraic compiler 
Algebraic Transformation PRORAB    1957 Algebraic   Ukraine   Leningrad algebraic compiler 
ALGO    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algorithmic language for Bendix G-15 
ALGOL    1958 True Algol58s   International   ALGOrithmic Language 
Algol 1620    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for the IBM 1620 
Algol 205    1960 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for the Burroughs 205 
ALGOL 30    1960 True ALGOL60s   United States   Dartmouth Algol 
Algol 48    1998 True Algol58s   United States   McCarthy's putative theorised Algol 50 precursor 
Algol 5    1962 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   RC Algol, first version 
Algol 50    1998 True ALGOL60s   United States   McCarthy's putative theorised Algol 60 precursor  
ALGOL 58    1958 True Algol58s   International   Algorithmic Language 
Algol 6    1970 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Version 2 of RC Algol 
ALGOL 60    1959 True ALGOL60s   International   Algorithm Language 
ALGOL 60 Modified    1977 True ALGOL60s   International   1970 final revision of ALGOL 60 
Algol 60 Publishing    1959 True ALGOL60s   International   Typographically rich form of Algol 60 
ALGOL 60 Revised    1963 True ALGOL60s   International   Revised report of IAL committee 
Algol 62    1962 True ALGOL60s   France   Algol 60 for IBSYS 
ALGOL 68    1968 True ALGOL68s   International   3rd generation ALGOL 
ALGOL 68 Revised    1975 True ALGOL68s   International    
ALGOL 68+    1980 True ALGOL68s   Netherlands   Superlanguage of ALGOL 68 
ALGOL 68C    1975 True ALGOL68s   United Kingdom   Cambridge Algol 68 
ALGOL 68-R    1970 True ALGOL68s   United Kingdom    
ALGOL 68RS    1972 True ALGOL68s   United Kingdom   Extended RS Algol 
ALGOL 68-RT    1979 True ALGOL68s   United Kingdom   Parallel ALGOL 68-R  
ALGOL 68S    1977 True ALGOL68s   International   Simplified version of ALGOL 68 
Algol 7    1978 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Version 3 of RC Algol 
Algol 8    1986 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Version 4 of RC Algol 
ALGOL C    1981 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   Cambridge educational Algol 60 
ALGOL C    1966 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL 60 with extensions to permit user defined extensions 
ALGOL D    1969 True ALGOL60s   United States   Hypothetical family of syntax-extended Algol 60s 
ALGOL N    1967 True ALGOL60s   Japan   Simple extensible variant to Algol 60 
Algol S    1975 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom    
ALGOL W    1966 Algol Ws   Switzerland   Wirth and Hoare 
ALGOL X    1964 True ALGOL60s   Germany   Algol 60 revision proposal  
ALGOL Y    1966 True ALGOL68s   International   First version of Algol 68 
ALGOL(E)    1980 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   ICL Algol 60 
ALGOL-20    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for Bendix-20 
ALGOL-E    1972 True ALGOL60s      
ALGOL-GENIUS    1963 True ALGOL60s   Sweden   ALGOL for SAAB  
ALGOL-M    1977 True ALGOL60s   United States    
ALGY    1961 Algebraic   United States   Formula manipulation language 
ALPAKA    1963 Algebraic   United States    
ALPHA    1961 True ALGOL60s   Russian Federation   Russian rich maths extension of Algol 60 
ALTAC    1959 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Algorithms on TAC 
ALTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   ALWAC Algrebraic Translator 
AMPL    1985 Array   United States   Propsed extensions to APL 
AMPL    1967 Algebraic   United States   algebraic modeling language 
ANALITIK    1971 Other Russian/Soviet   Russian Federation   Algorithmic language  
ANALITIK-93    1993   Ukraine   Evbolution of Analitik 
AP    1956 Fortran I-III Coeval   France   Automatic programming 
AP2    1957 Fortran I-III Coeval   France   Automatic Programming 
AP3    1960 Fortran I-III Coeval   France   autocode for GAMMA 60  
APESE    1983   Italy   Parallel dialect of FORTRAN  
APL    1960 Array   United States   Array-centered programing language 
ARGMAT    1966 Algebraic   Germany   Matrix Algebra language 
ARITH-MATIC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Subsequent name for A-3 
ASC Fortran    1978      
ASKA    1965 Algebraic   Germany   Matrix finite element analysis language 
AT-3    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algebraic Translator 
Atlas Fortran    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom    
Atlas Fortran V    1967 Non Standard FIV   United Kingdom   Atlas scientific Fortran dialect 
AUTOMAST    1966 Algebraic   United States   automatic mathematical analysis and symbolic translation 
AUTOMATH    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN for Honeywell computers 
Autostat    1960 Statistical   United Kingdom   Statistical Programming Language 
BACAIC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algebraic system at Boeing 
BALGOL    1958 True Algol58s   United States   Burroughs Algorithmic Language 
Basic FORTRAN    1964 FORTRAN IV standard   United States    
BC NELIAC    1962 IAL Coeval   Canada   NELIAC at UBC 
BEMAT    1966 Matrix   Germany   Matrix Algebra language 
BESM-Algol    1969 True ALGOL60s   Russian Federation   Algol for the BESM system 
Boehm    1951 W European algorithmic systems   Switzerland   First operator precence language 
BOGART    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Fort Meade Autocode 
BRIEF CODE    1948 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Pseudocode interpreter  
BRL FORTRAN    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN for the BRLESC II and III 
BTL Fortran    1967 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   Bell labs Fortran IV 
BUGTRAN    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Debugging dialect of FORTRAN II 
Burroughs Algorithmic Compiler    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder for Burroughs 205 
CAGE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   GE Optimising autocode 
Calgary ALGOL    1968 True ALGOL60s   Canada    
CAMAL    1968 Algebraic   United Kingdom   CAMbridge ALgebra system 
CAPIM    1962 Algebraic   Brazil   Matrix algerbra system 
CAPSULES    1983 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic system 
Case ALGOL    1961 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL 60 from Case 
CAYLEY    1975 Symbolic   Australia   Symbolic maths for group theory 
CDC Fortran    1967 Non Standard FIV   United States   Advanced scientific Fortran by CDC 
Cedar Fortran    1984   United States    
Chinese Algol     1974 True ALGOL60s   China   Algol 60 in Chinese glyphs 
Clemens and Matzner    1967 Algebraic   United States   Formac extensions for GR 
CM Fortran    1988   United States   Fortran for the CM  
COLASL    1962 Multiline   United States   Two dimensional mathematical language 
COMPAC    1968 Other US historic   United States   UNIVAC Compiler 
Compiler II-SOAP II    1957 Internal Translators   United States   Case SOAP compiler 
COMTRAN    1969 External systems testing   United States   Communications Computer Language 
Constraint Algol    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol 60 with constraints 
Conversational FORTRAN V    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States    
CORBIE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   NBS 704 Autocode 
CORC    1963 Other Conversational   United States   CORnell Compiler 
Cray Fortran    1979   United States   Array processing FORTRAN for the Cray 
CROSSTABS    1977   United States    
DAP Fortran    1975 Non Standard FIV   United Kingdom   Parallel fortran 
DAP-Algol    1985 True ALGOL60s      
DART    1959 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   Simplified FORTRAN + brackets 
DASK Algol    1961 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Danish ALGOL 
DCALGOL    1970 True ALGOL60s   United States   Data Communications ALGOL 
DECAL    1960 Other Algol 60s   United States   DEC simplified Algol 
DECAL-BBN    1963 Other Algol 60s   United States   DEC simplified Algol 
DEFT    1973 FORTRAN IV standard   Canada   Structured FORTRAN 
DELPHI-SPEAKEASY    1971 Matrix   United States   Speakeasy ported to the DELPHI 
DEMON    1965 Differential Equations   Australia   Program generator 
DIALGOL    1963 True Algol58s   United States    
DIP    1963 Other US historic   United States    
DITRAN    1967 Non Standard FIV   United States   Diagnostic FORTRAN 
DMALGOL    1966 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL with data extensions 
DOUBLE-QUICK    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Early floating point system 
DPL    1977 Arithmetic   United Kingdom   Mathematical interaction language 
DUAL    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   autocoder with emulated floating point 
Duke ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Duke University ALGOL 60 
EASIAC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder for the Michigan U Midac 
ECMA ALGOL    1963 True ALGOL60s   International    
EERIE    1963 Symbolic assemblers   United States   CYCLONE's symbolic interpreter 
Elliott ALGOL    1960 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   Hoare's seminal ALGOL 60 
ENGINEER    1961 Moscow languages   Russian Federation   Minsk-1 Engineering Autocoder 
EPL    1991 Algebraic   United States   Equational language for parallel scientific applications 
EPOS ALGOL    1971 True ALGOL68s      
ESP    1970 Algebraic   United States   Symbolic maths system 
EXATRAN    1969 Algebraic   United States   NASA maths language 
Extended ALGOL    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States    
Extended Fortran    1967 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   ICS Fortran II 
FAMOUS    1966 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic system 
FAST    1959 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN compiler 
Fischer IT    1958 Internal Translators   United States   Enhanced IT3 
FLAP    1965 Symbolic   United States    
FOCAL    1979   United States   Forty-One CAlculator Language 
FOCAL PLUS    1985 Arithmetic   United States   HP FOCAL extended 
FORAST    1960 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Formula and Assembly Translator 
FORGO    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Learner FORTRAN 
FORMAT-FORTRAN    1968 Non Standard FIV   United States    
Formula ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL dialect for algebraic manipulation 
FORTRAN    1954 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Backus et al high-level compiler 
FORTRAN 63    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   CDC Fortran with extensible arithmetic 
FORTRAN 66    1966 FORTRAN 66 standard   United States    
FORTRAN 77    1977   International    
Fortran 8x    1989   International   Interim name for Fortran 90 
Fortran 90    1990 FORTRAN 90 standard   International    
Fortran D    1991   United States   Parallel extension to FORTAN  
FORTRAN II    1958 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   FORTRAN v2 
FORTRAN III    1958 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   Interim Fortran 
FORTRAN IV    1962 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   first major release of FORTRAN 
FORTRAN V    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States   Univac super-Fortran for the 1108 
FORTRAN V    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Interim FORTRAN with string and character handling 
FORTRAN-Plus    1988   Ireland    
FORTRAN-PLUS enhanced    1988   Ireland    
FORTRAN-RPG    1970 Report Generators   United States    
FORTRAN-SC    1987   United States    
FORTRANSIT    1956 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   FORTRAN Internal Translator 
Galois    1975 Symbolic   Australia   Symbolic maths 
GAMS    1988 Algebraic   United States   General Algebraic Modeling System 
GASP-FORTRAN    1967 Event scheduling   United States    
GAT    1959 Internal Translators   United States   Generalized Algebraic Translator 
Generalized ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL68s   Netherlands   ALGOL for generalised grammars 
Georgia Bell Interpreter    1957 Bell Labs Interpreters   United States   Georgia Tech version of Bell  
GESAL    1953 Symbolic assemblers   United States   General Electric Symbolic Assembly Language 
GIER Algol    1960 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Naur's seminal ALGOL 60 
GIER Algol II    1962 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   2nd version of the Gier algol 
GIER Algol III    1963 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   3rd version of Naur's Gier algol  
Gorn experimental compiler    1954 Information algebra   United States   Gorn machine independant algebraic code 
GPL    1967 Generalised programming   Norway   General Purpose Language 
GPSS FORTRAN    1976   United States    
GPSS FORTRAN II    1987   United States    
GPSS FORTRAN III    1990   United States    
GPX    1955 Generalised programming   United States   General Programming Extended 
Grasselli and McCluskey ALGOL     1961 Linear   United States   ALGOL modified for programming logical problems 
HALGOL    True ALGOL60s      
HARTRAN    1961 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom   Harwell FORTRAN 
HAYNAM Algol extensions    1965 True ALGOL60s   United States    
House Algol 60    1983 True ALGOL60s   Australia   Algol 60 with Modula-style scoping 
HPF    1993   United States   High Performance Fortran 
IAL    1958 True Algol58s   International   International Algebraic Language 
IFAPT    1966 Numerical Control   Canada   Canadian adaptation of APT 
IFIP ALGOL    1964 True ALGOL60s   International    
INA Autocode    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States    
INTERCOM    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Bendix scientific autocode 
INTERCOM 1000    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocode for the Bendix G-15 
INTERCOM 101    1956 Low-level Autocoders   United States   FP autocode 
IT    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Internal Translator mathematical autocoder 
IT 2    1957 Internal Translators   United States   Internal Translator version 2 
IT 3    1958 Internal Translators   United States   Internal Translator v3 
Iverson's Language    1957 Pure APLs   United States   Proto-APL 
IVTRAN    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States   Parallel FORTRAN 
JAINCOMP Assembly    1952 Multiline   United States   Positionally determined mathemetatical autocode 
K    1994 Matrix   United States   ASCII-based APL dialect 
Kidsgrove Algol    1963 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom    
Klammerausdr죫e    1951 W European algorithmic systems   Switzerland   algebraic language 
Klerer-May System    1964 Algebraic      
KOMPILER 2    1955 Multiline   United States   Hybrid algebra flow language 
Laning and Zierler    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algebraic Interpreter 
LARC Scientific Compiler    1960 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Fortran for the LARC 
LINGO    1987 Algebraic   United States   optimization programming language 
LLNL-FORTRAN    1985   United States   Vector FORTRAN  
LMO    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Livermore Autocode 
LOGALGOL    1960 True ALGOL60s   Austria   Set-based ALGOL variant from IBM Vienna 
LPI-FORTRAN    1990      
MAC    1957 Multiline   United States   MIT Algebraic Compiler for IBM 650 
MAC-360    1967 Multiline   United States   MIT Algebraic Compiler 
MAC-H    1958 Multiline   United States   MAC for the Honeywell 800 
macro-Algol    1967 True ALGOL60s   France    
MACSYMA    1969 Algebraic   United States   Symbolic math system 
MAD    1959   United States   Michigan Algorithm Decoder 
Mad/I    1965 Other IAL Coeval   United States   Advanced algorithmic language 
MADCAP    1960 Multiline   United States   Two dimensional maths and set language 
MADCAP II    1961 Multiline   United States   Second version of MADCAP 
MAFIA    1955 Algebraic   United States   Lockheed matrix algebra system 
MAGEN    1963 Algebraic   United States   Matrix manipulation language 
MAGIC I    1955 Algebraic   United States   Michigan algebraic coder 
Magic Paper    1963 Formulaic   United States   Interactive maths environment 
Mailüfterl    1955 W European algorithmic systems   Austria   Autocode for Mailüfterl 
MAL    1971 Algebraic   United States   Boeing Matrix algebra language 
MALGOL    1965 True ALGOL60s   Russian Federation   Algol 60 for the MINSK-2 
MANIP    1966 Algebraic   United States   A set of FORTRAN programs to manipulate expressions. 
MasPar Fortran    1990   United States   SIMD Fortran for MasPar 
Mathematica    1988 Algebraic   United States    
MATHLAB    1964 Arithmetic   United States   Interactive maths language 
MATHLAB 68    1967 Algebraic   United States   Second release of MATHLAB 
MATHMATIC    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematically oriented autocode 
MATH-MATIC    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematically oriented autocode 
Mathsy    1980 Matrix   United States   Interactive mathematics and graphics  
MATLAB    1977 Arithmetic   United States   MATrix LABoratory 
MATRIX MATH    1953 Algebraic   United States   Matrix algebra compiler for UNIVAC II 
Matrix PRORAB    1957 Algebraic   Ukraine   Leningrad matrix compiler 
MIDAC Input Translation Program    1952 Other US historic   United States   Autocode for the MIDAC 
MINION    1989 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic workspace system  
Minority report Algol 68    1968 True ALGOL60s   International    
MJS    1956 Other US historic   United States   Livermore Compiler for UNIVAC I 
MORTRAN    1973 Non Standard FIV   United States   Dialect of FORTRAN for structural programming 
MOSAIC autocode    1963 Early Autocodes   United States   Autocode for the MOSAIC system 
MPL    1967 Arithmetic   United States   Mathematical Programming Language 
MPPL    2002   United States   LLNL Fortran 
muPad    1990 Algebraic   Germany   Algebraic manipulation system 
MUSE    1959 High-level Autocoders   United States   Modified USE 
MUSP    1960 Statistical   United States   Multivariate Statistical Package 
MYSTIC    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Multiplatform encoder 
NAPSS    1965 Arithmetic   United States   Non-procedural language for solving mathematical problems  
NAREC Coding System    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Navy Ordinance Lab Autocoder 
NELIAC    1958   United States   Navy Electronics Laboratory International ALGOL Compiler 
NORC COMPILER    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for the Naval Ordnance 
NORM    1958 Autocode Coeval   United States   Autocode for NORC 
NSFTRAN    1977   United States   Structured FORTRAN 
NU ALGOL    1965 True ALGOL60s   Norway   Norwegian University Algol 
NYU Compiler System    1954 Other US historic   United Kingdom   Early NY compiler 
NYU/OMNIFAX    1956 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Hybrid compiler for UNIVAC II 
Oak Ridge ALGOL compiler    1961 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol compiler for CDC 1604 
OBJECT-ORIENTED FORTRAN 90    1997   United States    
OCTAVE    1988   United States    
ORBIT    1959 Internal Translators   United States   Oak Ridge IT 
Orion FORTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom   Rutherford Labs FORTRAN 
PACT I    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Translator for SHARE IBMs 
PACT IA    1957 Other US historic   United States   Translator compiler for 704 
Parallel FORTRAN    1990   International    
Parallel Object-Oriented Fortran    2000   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
PAT    1963 Pure APLs   United States   Personalized Array Translator 
PBasic    1988   United States    
PDQ FORTRAN    1965 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Purdue FORTRAN compiler 
PDS/MaGen    1972   United States    
Pfortran    1992   United States    
PIPI    1958 Moscow languages   Russian Federation   Russian automatic coder 
Polylith    1983 Algebraic   United States   Multiple language algebraic worsktation 
PP-1    1954 Moscow languages   Russian Federation   Russian automatic programming system 
PP-2    1955 Moscow languages   Russian Federation   Russian automatic programming system  
PRINT    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Scientific calculation system 
PRINT I    1956 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Load and go scientific calculation system 
Proposal Writing Language    1964 Plan languages   United States    
PS-ALGOL    1981 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   Persistent Algol 
PUFFT    1965 Non Standard FIV   United States   Student's Fortan 
QAS    1978 Algebraic   Greece   Question answering system 
RC    1984   United States   Refined C  
RC-Fortran    1968 FORTRAN IV standard   Denmark   Fortran for the RC 4000 
REDUCE 2    1970 Algebraic   United States   Improved vesion of REDUCE with new format 
Refined C    1984   United States   Parallel C 
Refined Fortran    1986   United States   Parallel Fortran 77 
RegneCentralen ALGOL    1960 True ALGOL60s   Denmark   Danish family of Algol 60 languages 
Revised ALGOL 60    1969 True ALGOL60s   International   ALGOL 60 dialect 
RF    1986   United States    
Rothamsted autocode    1960 Early Autocodes   United Kingdom   Analytical and statistical autocode 
RS Algol    1979 True ALGOL68s   United Kingdom    
RUNCIBLE    1958 Autocode Coeval   United States   Algebraic translator 
S1    1961 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom   Harwell FORTRAN II 
S3 Fortran    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom   Stretch Fortran 
SAE    1963 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Symbolic Assembler for CYCLONE 
SAFARI    1960 Symbolic assemblers   United States   TRW space Interactive assembler 
SAKO    1960 Fortran I-III Coeval   Poland   Polish Automatic Coder  
SAL    1965 Algebraic   United States   Simple Algebraic Language 
SALE    1959 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Algorithmic language for Engineers 
S-Algol    1979 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom   St Andrew's Algol 
SAP    1953 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Symbolic Assembly 
SAPL    1978 Array   United States   Structural extensions to APL  
SCALP    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Dartmouth small Algol system 
SCAT    1957 Other US historic   United States   SHARE Compiler, Assembler, Translater 
SCATRAN    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Ohio SU Algol 
SCHATCHEN    1967 Algebraic   United States   Pattern matching sublanguage for SIN 
Schoonschip    1964 Algebraic   Switzerland   Symbolic maths 
Schrader simulation Algol    1967 OO C family   Germany   Algol with Simulation features 
Scratchpad    1971 Symbolic   United States   General purpose interactive symbolic maths system 
SDC String Algol    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL with string extensions 
SDS Fortran    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States    
SELMA    1965 Matrix   United States   Matrix Algebra language 
Sequence Break DECAL    1965 Other Algol 60s   United States   BBN version of DEC simplified Algol 
Sequentielle Formelübersetzung    1955 W European algorithmic systems   Germany   High-level algbraic compiler  
SFD-ALGOL    1969 True ALGOL60s   United States    
SHACO    1953 Formulaic   United States   Interpretive symbolic maths system 
Single Assignment Fortran    1993   United States    
SIRIUS Autocode    1961 Early Autocodes   United Kingdom   Autocode for the Ferranti Sirus 
SMALGOL    1961 True ALGOL60s   United States    
SMALGOL-61    1961 True ALGOL60s   United States    
Speed Co    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   IBM autocode for 701 
SPEEDCODE    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Alternate name for SPEEDCODING 
SPEEDCODING    1953 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Backus Autocoder  
SPIFFY    1973 Non Standard FIV   United States   Structured FORTRAN IV from BOEING 
STL Online Computer System    1964 Algebraic   United States   Improved version of Tanoga Park CFS 
SUBALGOL    1960 True Algol58s   United States   Stanford extensions to BALGOL 
Subset Algol 60    1962 True ALGOL60s     WG 2.1 Simple Algol 60 dialect 
T3 Fortran    1965 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom   Titan Fortran III 
TeLa    2000   United States    
THE BRAIN    1969 Arithmetic   United States    
Titanium    1998   United States   Parallel dialect of Java 
TKSolver 2    2000 Algebraic   United States    
TKSolver Plus    1990 Algebraic   United States    
TRANSCODE    1953 Early Autocodes   Canada   Autocoder at Toronto 
Trieste Algol    1969 True ALGOL60s   Italy   Algol 60 with a 2-dimensional printing language 
UBASIC    1991   Japan   Symbolic maths BASIC 
UC    1995   United States   Parallel dialect of C featuring sets 
UFORT    1980   United States   Fortran running on the PASCAL machine 
UHELP    1969 Optimisation and LP   United States   Linear programing language 
UK FORTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United Kingdom    
UNICODE    1955 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   UNIVAC hybrid of FORTRAN and MATH-MATIC 
UNIVAC 1108 ALGOL    1966 True ALGOL60s   Norway    
Universal PRORAB    1957 Algebraic   Ukraine   Leningrad algebraic compiler 
USE    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   USE Scientific Compiler UNIVAX 1103A 
USS 90 Algol    1962 True ALGOL60s   Italy   Algol for the USS 90 
VALGOL    1963 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL subset 
VALGOL II    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States    
Vienna Fortran    1992   Austria    
VPRPAK    1964 Arithmetic   United States   A set of subroutines to do variable precision and rational arithmetic 
WATFIV    1969 FORTRAN IV standard   Canada   Waterloo FORTRAN 2nd version 
WATFIV-S    1976   Canada   WATFIV with structuring facilities 
WATFOR    1966 FORTRAN IV standard   Canada   WATerloo FORtran 
WATFOR-77    1977   Canada   Waterloo FORTRAN 77 
Wegstein string Algol    1962 Substrings   United States   String manipulation extensions to Algol 60 
Whetstone Algol    1964 True ALGOL60s   United Kingdom    
Whirlwind    1951 Other US historic   United States   Autocode for MIT Whirlwind 
Wisconsin Algol    1966 True ALGOL60s   United States    
X1 Algol 60     1961 True ALGOL60s   Netherlands    
XTRAN    1958 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Interactive extensible dialect of FORTRAN 
ZMD Algorithmic    1955   International   GAMM precursor to IAL 
ZPL    1993 Array   United States   Scientific parallel array processing language