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1950s languages
Early Cold War
Second generation

Explore languages for 1955 and Numerical Scientific

BOGART    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Fort Meade Autocode 
CAGE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   GE Optimising autocode 
CORBIE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   NBS 704 Autocode 
GPX    1955 Generalised programming   United States   General Programming Extended 
INTERCOM    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Bendix scientific autocode 
IT    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Internal Translator mathematical autocoder 
KOMPILER 2    1955 Multiline   United States   Hybrid algebra flow language 
MAFIA    1955 Algebraic   United States   Lockheed matrix algebra system 
MAGIC I    1955 Algebraic   United States   Michigan algebraic coder 
Mailüfterl    1955 W European algorithmic systems   Austria   Autocode for Mailüfterl 
MATHMATIC    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematically oriented autocode 
MATH-MATIC    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematically oriented autocode 
NAREC Coding System    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Navy Ordinance Lab Autocoder 
NORC COMPILER    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for the Naval Ordnance 
PACT I    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Translator for SHARE IBMs 
PP-2    1955 Moscow languages   Russian Federation   Russian automatic programming system  
Sequentielle Formelübersetzung    1955 W European algorithmic systems   Germany   High-level algbraic compiler  
UNICODE    1955 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   UNIVAC hybrid of FORTRAN and MATH-MATIC 
ZMD Algorithmic    1955   International   GAMM precursor to IAL