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Language peer sets for BEFAP:
United States
United States/1960
Designed 1960
1960s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Macroassemblers
Fixed operation
Fixed operation/1960
Macroassemblers/United States
Assemblers/United States
Fixed operation/United States


Bell labs macroassembler 

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Country: United States
Designed 1960
Genus: Macroassemblers

Macro language

Bell Labs Macro Compiler for BESYS4 on IBM 7090 - possibly renamed IBMAP when BESYS renamed IBSYS

Used extensively in writing ALPAK, OEDIPUS and VRPAK

Related languages
BEFAP ALPAK   Written using
BEFAP LIMP   Influence
BEFAP OEDIPUS   Written using
BEFAP SET   Based on
BEFAP VPRPAK   Written using

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