1960s languages ↑

Early Cold War ↑

Second generation ↑

Algol 205 | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ United States | Algol for the Burroughs 205 |

ALGOL 30 | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ United States | Dartmouth Algol |

AP3 | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Fortran I-III Coeval | ⊕ France | autocode for GAMMA 60 |

APL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Array | ⊕ United States | Array-centered programing language |

Autostat | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Statistical | ⊕ United Kingdom | Statistical Programming Language |

DECAL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Other Algol 60s | ⊕ United States | DEC simplified Algol |

Elliott ALGOL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ United Kingdom | Hoare's seminal ALGOL 60 |

FORAST | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Fortran I-III Coeval | ⊕ United States | Formula and Assembly Translator |

GIER Algol | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ Denmark | Naur's seminal ALGOL 60 |

LARC Scientific Compiler | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Fortran I-III Variants | ⊕ United States | Fortran for the LARC |

LOGALGOL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ Austria | Set-based ALGOL variant from IBM Vienna |

MADCAP | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Multiline | ⊕ United States | Two dimensional maths and set language |

MUSP | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Statistical | ⊕ United States | Multivariate Statistical Package |

RegneCentralen ALGOL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True ALGOL60s | ⊕ Denmark | Danish family of Algol 60 languages |

Rothamsted autocode | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Early Autocodes | ⊕ United Kingdom | Analytical and statistical autocode |

SAFARI | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Symbolic assemblers | ⊕ United States | TRW space Interactive assembler |

SAKO | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ Fortran I-III Coeval | ⊕ Poland | Polish Automatic Coder |

SUBALGOL | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | ⊕ True Algol58s | ⊕ United States | Stanford extensions to BALGOL |