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Language peer sets for PLAN:
United States
United States/1965
Designed 1965
1960s languages
Third generation
Early Cold War
Genus Symbolic assemblers
Symbolic assemblers
Fixed operation
Symbolic assemblers/1965
Fixed operation/1965
Symbolic assemblers/United States
Assemblers/United States
Fixed operation/United States


ICL Symbolic assembler 

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Country: United States
Designed 1965
Published: 1965
Genus: Symbolic assemblers

1965? Assembly language for ICL1900 series machines.

described on the 1900 Programming languages page as
"PLAN - Programming LAnguange Nineteen-hundred was the normal assembler language, which was used for a variety of programming purposes. Subroutines, written in PLAN, could be incorporated into ALGOL, COBOL and FORTRAN IV programs"

  • 1900 ICL (International Computers Limited)

  • (1967) "PATSY from ICT" EDP Weekly, November 27 1967 Extract: Press release
  • ICL (1969) ICL PLAN Program Development Aids 1st Edition TP4179 1969
  • ICL (1970) ICL PLAN Macro Generator 2nd Edition TP4195 1970
  • ICL (1970) ICL PLAN Reference Manual 1st Edition TP4004 1970
  • McLain and Trice (1970) McLain, TG and Trice, AR "The MINIMOP multi-access operating system" pp237-242 Abstract Extract: Facilities provided Extract: MINIMOP 2 COMMAND LANGUAGE
          in (1970) The Computer Journal 13(3)
  • Stock (1971) Stock, Karl F. "A listing of some programming languages and their users" in RZ-Informationen. Graz: Rechenzentrum Graz 1971 190 Abstract
          in (1970) The Computer Journal 13(3)
  • ICL (1972) ICL PLAN Reference Manual 2nd Edition TP4322 1972
          in (1970) The Computer Journal 13(3)
  • Stock and Stock (1973) Stock, Marylene and Stock, Karl F. "Bibliography of Programming Languages: Books, User Manuals and Articles from PLANKALKUL to PL/I" Verlag Dokumentation, Pullach/Munchen 1973 461 Abstract
          in (1970) The Computer Journal 13(3)
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