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Language peer sets for PARSEC:
United States
United States/1972
Designed 1972
1970s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Other PL/Is
Other PL/Is
PL/I Languages
Other PL/Is/1972
PL/I Languages/1972
Other PL/Is/United States
PL/I Languages/United States
Imperative/United States


alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1972
Published: 1972
Genus: Other PL/Is

for PARSer and Extensible Compiler

Frederick N. Webb, Bolt, Beranek & Newman.

Extensible language with PL/I-like syntax, derived from PROTEUS.

Used as the base language for writing PI/PROPHET.

Related languages
PROTEUS PARSEC   Derivation of
PARSEC PL/PROPHET   Written using
PARSEC PROPHET   Extension of

  • (1972) "PARSEC User's Manual", Bolt Beranek & Newman (Dec 1972).
  • Sammet, Jean E. (1973) Sammet, Jean E. "Roster of Programming Languages for 1973" p147
          in (1974) ACM Computing Reviews 15(04) April 1974
  • Sammet, Jean E (1978) Sammet, Jean E "Roster of programming languages for 1976-77" pp56-85
          in [SIGPLAN] (1978) SIGPLAN Notices 13(11) Nov 1978
  • Skillicorn, David B. and Talia, Domenico (1998) Skillicorn, David B. and Talia, Domenico "Models and languages for parallel computation" pp123-169
          in [ACM] (1998) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 30(2) June 1998
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