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United States↑ United States/1968↑ Designed 1968 ↑ 1960s languages ↑ Third generation↑ High Cold War↑ Genus Formulaic ↑ Non-numerical Scientific ↑ Formulaic↑ Mathematical↑ Expression-oriented ↑ Formulaic/1968↑ Mathematical/1968↑ Expression-oriented/1968↑ Formulaic/United States↑ Mathematical/United States↑ Expression-oriented/United States↑ Non-numerical Scientific ↑ Non-numerical Scientific/1968↑ Non-numerical Scientific/us ↑ ## PL/I-FORMAC(ID:560/pli005)alternate simple viewCountry: United States Designed 1968 Published: 1969 Genus: Formulaic Sammet category: Non-numerical Scientific Variant of FORMAC using PL/I as base/host language, became the focus of IBM's development activity as a result of their championing of PL/I. New version of the preprocessor created as a result of a Share task force, based on their interim report, Schwerdt July 1970 This was the final official IBM version Related languages
References: Introduction
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Approach to language
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The domain attributes
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Other attributes of formal variables
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Scope of a formal variable
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Rational-scale arithmetic
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Data manipulation extensions
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Algebraic manipulation functions
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Nonalgebraic manipulation functions
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Conclusion
in Bobrow, D. G. (ed) (1968) Bobrow, D. G. (ed) "Symbol Manipulation Languages and Techniques", Proceedings of the IFIP Working Conference on Symbol Manipulation Languages. North-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1968
in Tobey (ed) (1969) Tobey, R. G. (ed) Proceedings of the 1968 Summer Institute on Symbolic Mathematical Computation, IBM Federal Systems Center, Gaithersburg, Maryland, July-August 1968, IBM Programming Laboratory Report No. FSC-69-0312 (proceedings published June 1969).
in Tobey (ed) (1969) Tobey, R. G. (ed) Proceedings of the 1968 Summer Institute on Symbolic Mathematical Computation, IBM Federal Systems Center, Gaithersburg, Maryland, July-August 1968, IBM Programming Laboratory Report No. FSC-69-0312 (proceedings published June 1969).
in Tobey (ed) (1969) Tobey, R. G. (ed) Proceedings of the 1968 Summer Institute on Symbolic Mathematical Computation, IBM Federal Systems Center, Gaithersburg, Maryland, July-August 1968, IBM Programming Laboratory Report No. FSC-69-0312 (proceedings published June 1969).
in [SYMSAM 71] (1971) [ACM] Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation, March 23-25, 1971 Los Angeles (SYMSAM 71)
Overview of FORMAC-PL/I Language
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The Substitution Functions, EVAL and REPLACE
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The Analytic Differentiation Functions: DERIV, DIFF, and DRV
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COEFF function
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HIGHPOW and LOWPOW functions
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NUM and DENOM functions
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Expression analysis functions LOP, NARGS and ARG
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CODEM and FRACTN
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Automatic Simplification
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OPTSET statement
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FORMAC Variables
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FORMAC constants
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The Assiqnment Statement
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FORMAC Built-in Functions
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User-Defined Functions
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Chains
in [SYMSAM 71] (1971) [ACM] Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation, March 23-25, 1971 Los Angeles (SYMSAM 71)
FORMAC and PL/I
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FORDECAL
in [SYMSAM 71] (1971) [ACM] Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation, March 23-25, 1971 Los Angeles (SYMSAM 71)
Introduction: The simple past
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TUTOR
FORMAC
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Symbolic systems
in Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony (1976) Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony, and Meek, Chester L. (eds) New York, NY Petrocelli/Charter 1976
in Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony (1976) Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony, and Meek, Chester L. (eds) New York, NY Petrocelli/Charter 1976
in Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony (1976) Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony, and Meek, Chester L. (eds) New York, NY Petrocelli/Charter 1976
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