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Language peer sets for SALE:
United States
United States/1959
Designed 1959
1950s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Fortran I-III Coeval
Numerical Scientific
Fortran I-III Coeval
Generation of Fortran I-III
Fortran family
Fortran I-III Coeval/1959
Generation of Fortran I-III/1959
Fortran family/1959
Fortran I-III Coeval/United States
Generation of Fortran I-III/United States
Fortran family/United States
Numerical Scientific
Numerical Scientific/1959
Numerical Scientific/us


Algorithmic language for Engineers 

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Country: United States
Designed 1959
Published: 1959
Genus: Fortran I-III Coeval
Sammet category: Numerical Scientific

for Simple Algebraic Language for Engineers

Language designed for minimal learning curve and immediate use.

Related languages
Wegstein algebraic language SALE   Influence

  • Brittenham, W. R.; Clark, K.; Kuss, G. and Thompso (1959) Brittenham, W. R.; Clark, K.; Kuss, G. and Thompson, H "SALE, a Simple Algebraic Language for Engineers" Extract: Aims pdf
          in [ACM] (1959) [ACM] CACM 2 1959
  • (1959) SALE user manual Picture: SALE user manual
          in [ACM] (1959) [ACM] CACM 2 1959
  • Sammet, Jean E (1961) Sammet, Jean E "1960 Tower of Babel" diagram on the front of CACM January 1961 Picture: Cover of ACM Communications December 1961
          in [ACM] (1961) [ACM] CACM 4(01) (Jan 1961)
  • Sammet, Jean E., (1972) Sammet, Jean E., "Programming languages: history and future"
          in [ACM] (1972) [ACM] CACM 15(06) (June 1972)
    • Blank SALE card

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