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Language peer sets for CAL:
United States
United States/1967
Designed 1967
1960s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Generation of JOSS I
On-Line
Generation of JOSS I
JOSS family
Conversational
Generation of JOSS I/1967
JOSS family/1967
Conversational/1967
Generation of JOSS I/United States
JOSS family/United States
Conversational/United States
On-Line
On-Line/1967
On-Line/us

CAL(ID:629/cal002)

Conversational algebraic language 

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Country: United States
Designed 1967
Genus: Generation of JOSS I
Sammet category: On-Line


Conversational Algebraic Language

Butler Lampson, Berkeley, 1967

Extension of JOSS, with additional plotting features using Project Genie graphic displays



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JOSS CAL   Based on
CAL SuperBasic   Incorporated some features of

References:
  • Clapp (1967) Clapp, Lewis "Time-Sharing System Scorecard" Computer Research Corporation 1967
  • Lampson, Butler W. (1967) Lampson, Butler W. "CAL reference manual" Reprod. by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California 1967 R-23. AD 707 367 pdf Extract: Introduction
  • Schur, Lee Davis; (1973) Schur, Lee Davis; "Time-shared computer languages: an introduction to conversational computing" London: Addison-WesIey 1973
    Resources
    • Programming languages and compilers by Butler Lampson
      This language was a derivative of Joss, but used statement-level incremental compilation. I designed it and did all the implementation. It was widely used on the SDS 940, and many of its techniques were adopted by Tymshare for their interactive SuperBasic system

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