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Language peer sets for Josef:
Designed 1982
1980s languages
Fourth generation
Late Cold War


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Designed 1982
Published: 1982

Ivan Tomek.

Language for Josef the Robot, influenced by Algol and Logo

User navigates and motivates a robot in a small world, using a language with Algolish constructs as well as advanced concepts such as interrupts. All variables and procedure arguments are untyped.

Similar to Karel the Robot

  • Tomek, Ivan. (1982) Tomek, Ivan. (1982) Josef, the robot. Computers and Education 6 (3), 287-293
  • Tomek, Ivan (1983). (1983) Tomek, Ivan (1983). The first book of Josef : an introduction to computer programming. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall.
  • Brusilovsky, P., Calabrese, E., Hvorecky, J., Kouc (1997) Brusilovsky, P., Calabrese, E., Hvorecky, J., Kouchnirenko, A., and Miller, P. (1997) Mini-languages: A Way to Learn Programming Principles. Education and Information Technologies 2 (1), pp. 65-83.
  • (2002) Library of Congress Subject Headings J67
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