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Language peer sets for Intermediate Programming Language:
United States
United States/1950
Designed 1950
1950s languages
First generation
Immediate Post-War
Genus Intermediate languages and VMs
Intermediate languages and VMs
Fixed operation
Intermediate languages and VMs/1950
Fixed operation/1950
Intermediate languages and VMs/United States
Fixed operation/United States
Operation-oriented/United States

Intermediate Programming Language(ID:2119/int020)

High level machine language 

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Country: United States
Designed 1950
Published: 1951
Genus: Intermediate languages and VMs
Sammet category: Multi-purpose

Arthur W. Burks. A very early attempt to express machine language at a higher level of abstraction. Like Plankalkul, it used a right-handed style of assignment, in which the new value appears on the right.

  • Burks, A. W., (1951) Burks, A. W., "An Intermediate Program Language as an Aid in Program Synthesis", Engineering Research Institute, Report for Burroughs Adding Machine Company, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1951 Extract: Burks IPL
  • Grabbe, Eugene M.; Ramo, Simon; and Dean E. Wooldr (1959) Grabbe, Eugene M.; Ramo, Simon; and Dean E. Wooldridge (eds.), "Handbook of Automation, Computation, and Control," John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1959
  • Knuth, Donald Ervin, and Luis Trabb Pardo (1977) Knuth, Donald Ervin, and Luis Trabb Pardo "The early development of programming languages" pp419-96 Extract: Burks IPL
          in Belzer, J. (1977) Belzer, J. ; A. G. Holzman, A. Kent, (eds) Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. 1979
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