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Language peer sets for ECONOMIST:
Russian Federation
Russian Federation/1961
Designed 1961
1960s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Moscow languages
Business Data Processing
Moscow languages
Soviet historic systems
Historic algorithmic languages
Moscow languages/1961
Soviet historic systems/1961
Historic algorithmic languages/1961
Moscow languages/Russian Federation
Soviet historic systems/Russian Federation
Historic algorithmic languages/Russian Federation
Business Data Processing
Business Data Processing/1961
Business Data Processing/ru


Minsk-1 Commercial Autocoder 

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Country: Russian Federation
Designed 1961
Published: 1961
Genus: Moscow languages
Sammet category: Business Data Processing

Minsk-1 was programmed in machine codes, however it was furnished with a library of standard routines, which contained about 100 programs of 7500 instructions in total. During this period, much work was underway toward the development of the first auto-programming systems such as the ECONOMIST Autocoder and ENGINEER Autocoder compilers. G.K. Stolyarov headed this work in the programming laboratory of the SKB. The laboratory grew a pleiad of well-known programmers: M. S. Margolin, M. E. Nemenman, E. V. Kovalevich, V. I. Tsagelsky, N. T. Kushnerev, and others.

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