1950s languages ↑

Early Cold War ↑

Second generation ↑

BOGART | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Fort Meade Autocode |

CAGE | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | GE Optimising autocode |

CORBIE | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | NBS 704 Autocode |

GPX | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Generalised programming | ⊕ United States | General Programming Extended |

INTERCOM | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Bendix scientific autocode |

IT | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Internal Translator mathematical autocoder |

KOMPILER 2 | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Multiline | ⊕ United States | Hybrid algebra flow language |

MAFIA | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Lockheed matrix algebra system |

MAGIC I | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Michigan algebraic coder |

Mailüfterl | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ W European algorithmic systems | ⊕ Austria | Autocode for Mailüfterl |

MATHMATIC | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Mathematically oriented autocode |

MATH-MATIC | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Mathematically oriented autocode |

NAREC Coding System | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Navy Ordinance Lab Autocoder |

NORC COMPILER | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Compiler for the Naval Ordnance |

PACT I | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Low-level Autocoders | ⊕ United States | Translator for SHARE IBMs |

PP-2 | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Moscow languages | ⊕ Russian Federation | Russian automatic programming system |

Sequentielle Formelübersetzung | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ W European algorithmic systems | ⊕ Germany | High-level algbraic compiler |

UNICODE | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Fortran I-III Coeval | ⊕ United States | UNIVAC hybrid of FORTRAN and MATH-MATIC |

ZMD Algorithmic | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ International | GAMM precursor to IAL |