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Language peer sets for SPLINTER:
United States
United States/1966
Designed 1966
1960s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Other PL/Is
Other PL/Is
PL/I Languages
Other PL/Is/1966
PL/I Languages/1966
Other PL/Is/United States
PL/I Languages/United States
Imperative/United States


Scientific PL/I Interpreter 

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Country: United States
Designed 1966
Published: 1967
Genus: Other PL/Is
Sammet category: Multi-purpose

for Scientific PL/I INTERpreter,

Robert L. Glass, Boeing Corporation, 1966

PL/I interpreter with debugging features and scientific mathematical capabilities

Related languages

  • Glass, R. L., (1967) Glass, R. L., "SPLINTER, A PL/I Interpreter Emphasizing Debugging Capability"
          in [ACM] (1967) ACM-sponsored PL/I Forum, Aug., 1967, Washington, D.C.
  • Glass, R. L. (1968) Glass, R. L. "SPLINTER--a PL/I interpreter emphasizing debugging capability" PL/I Bull. (Mar. 1968). Extract: Introduction Extract: Debugging/Diagnostic Facilities Extract: Language Features Extract: Interpreting - The Cost Extract: Name List Implementation Technique Extract: Using Fortran to Write a Language Processor Extract: Documentation Idiosyncrasies Extract: Future Plans
          in (1968) PL/I Bulletin, Issue 6, March 1968
  • R. L. Glass, (1969) R. L. Glass, "An Elementary Discussion of Compiler/Interpreter Writing" p.55-77March 1969 Abstract Extract: SPLINTER design
          in [ACM] (1969) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 1(1) January 1969
  • Rosin (1969) Rosin R F "PL/1 Implementation survey" PL/I Bulletin 7 (in ACM SIGPLAN Notices Feb 1969) Extract: Introduction
          in [ACM] (1969) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 1(1) January 1969
  • Sammet, Jean E. (1969) Sammet, Jean E. "Computer Languages - Principles and History" Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Prentice-Hall 1969. p.600.
          in [ACM] (1969) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 1(1) January 1969
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