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Language peer sets for Bell SAP:
United States
United States/1959
Designed 1959
1950s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Macroassemblers
Excluded from Sammet
Fixed operation
Fixed operation/1959
Macroassemblers/United States
Assemblers/United States
Fixed operation/United States
Excluded from Sammet
Excluded from Sammet/1959
Excluded from Sammet/us

Bell SAP(ID:5635/bel003)

SAP with conditional and recursive macros 

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1959
Genus: Macroassemblers
Sammet category: Excluded from Sammet

SAP extended to include conditional and recursive macros: the beginning of the great macro-language tradition at Bell Labs (everything from L6 and AMBIT to C)

Related languages
Macro SAP Bell SAP   Evolution of

  • Eastwood, D. E. and McIlroy, M. D. (1959) Eastwood, D. E. and McIlroy, M. D. "Macro compiler modification of SAP". Bell Telephone Laboratories Computation Center, 1959.
  • Arden, Bruce W. (1960) Arden, Bruce W. review of McILroy 1960 Abstract
          in [ACM] (1960) ACM Computing Reviews, January-December 1960
  • McIlroy, M. D. (1960) McIlroy, M. D. "Macro Instruction Extension of Compiler Languages" Abstract DOI
          in [ACM] (1960) [ACM] CACM 3(04) April 1960
  • Feldman, Jerome and Gries, David (1968) Feldman, Jerome and Gries, David "Translator writing systems" p77-113 Abstract Extract: Extendible Compilers -- Basic Concepts
          in [ACM] (1968) [ACM] CACM 11(02) (February 1968)
  • Holbrook, Bernard D. and Brown, W. Stanley (1982) Holbrook, Bernard D. and Brown, W. Stanley "A History of Computing Research at Bell Laboratories (1937-1975)" Computing Science Technical Report No. 99 1982 Extract: History
          in [ACM] (1968) [ACM] CACM 11(02) (February 1968)
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