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Country: United States
Peter Grogono, 1975.
A mighty small macro language.
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Grogono P. (1983) Grogono P. "Mouse, A Language for Microcomputers", Petrocelli Books, 1983.
(2002) Library of Congress Subject Headings M68
Friends of Mouse home page Contains Micro-C source code for the Mouse programming language. Mouse is tiny. Source and executables for the PC and Atari 800XL/XE. Fast primes benchmark, polygon fill, line editor, help menu system, all written in Mouse. Has language extensions for stack manipulation, pointer and buffer manipulation, and file i/o.
The Great MOUSE Programming Language Revival
Extract: Peter Grogono's Home page
Peter Grogono's Home page Around 1970, I developed a tiny language to control devices in an electronic music studio. The studio is long gone, but the language lives on, although I no longer have much to do with it. The language is now called Mouse, and this page is maintained by Sean Fuller.