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Language peer sets for FORTRAN V:
United States↑ United States/1966↑ Designed 1966 ↑ 1960s languages ↑ Third generation↑ High Cold War↑ Genus Non Standard FIV ↑ Numerical Scientific ↑ Non Standard FIV↑ Generation of Fortran IV↑ Fortran family ↑ Non Standard FIV/1966↑ Generation of Fortran IV/1966↑ Fortran family/1966↑ Non Standard FIV/United States↑ Generation of Fortran IV/United States↑ Fortran family/United States↑ Numerical Scientific ↑ Numerical Scientific/1966↑ Numerical Scientific/us ↑ ## FORTRAN V(ID:6632/for070)## Univac super-Fortran for the 1108alternate simple viewCountry: United States Designed 1966 Genus: Non Standard FIV Sammet category: Numerical Scientific Series of extensions to Fortran IV by UNIVAC for the 1103 Scientific computer from the 1108 system guide: "FORTRAN V is an algebraic language designed primarily for scientific and engineering computations. It closely resembles the language of mathematics. It is the logical outgrowth of the earlier FORTRAN languages and is generally compatible with them (although the earlier languages are not a proper subset of FORTRAN V). The FORTRAN V language has been extended to provide more flexibility in data handling and to make programming easier. FORTRAN V, being an outgrowth of the earlier FORTRAN languages (in particular, UNIVAC 1107 FORTRAN IV and IBM FORTRAN IV as announced in IBM form C-28-6274-1), accepts these languages as compatible although the reverse is not necessarily true. FORTRAN V has all the features of the proposed ANSI FORTRAN IV language plus many valuable extensions which significantly increase the power and flexibility of the language, particularly in the areas of data handling. For further information, consult the FORTRAN V Programmers Reference Manual, VP-4060 (current revision)." Hardware: - UNIVAC 1107 Remington Rand
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