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Designed 1992
1990s languages
Fifth generation
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Designed 1992

IRAF programming language

Subset Pre-Processor language, an IRAF designed FORTRAN code generator. Part of a suite with the IRAF CL

  • Levay, Zolt (1992) Levay, Zolt "Another useful document is the SPP Programmer?s Reference" Space Telescope Science Institute 1992
  • Seaman, Rob (1992) Seaman, Rob "An Introductory User?s Guide to IRAF SPP Programming" October 1992
  • Barnes, Jeannette (1993) Barnes, Jeannette "A Beginner?s Guide to Using IRAF" IRAF Version 2.10 Central Computer Services National Optical Astronomy Observatories Tucson, Arizona 85726 August 1993 Abstract Extract: Programming in IRAF with SPP Extract: Using the CL as a calculator
  • Teyssandierl, P. and Vanderriest, C. (1998) Teyssandierl, P. and Vanderriest, C. "ESPRIT D'Argus: an IRAF-Based Software Package for the Treatment of ARGUS Data" Fiber Optics in Astronomy 111 ASP Conference Series, Vol. 152, 1998 Abstract Extract: Introduction: History and Grammar
    • Page at Starlink

      "The Image Reduction and Analysis Facility (IRAF) was developed by the National Optical Astronomical Observatory (Kitt Peak), and has been adopted by the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore as the principal data analysis environment for Hubble Space Telescope (HST) data. (This data can also be reduced by KAPPA and FIGARO.) It contains general image processing and graphics applications, plus programs for reducing and analysing optical astronomical data. It is as portable and device independent as possible; for example, it includes its own programming language. Although it runs on a variety of computers, in practice it usually runs best on one particular type (Suns at present). "

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