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Language peer sets for UMIST:
United States
United States/1966
Designed 1966
1960s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Macros
String and List Processing
Macros/United States
File-reflexive/United States
Content-reflexive/United States
String and List Processing
String and List Processing/1966
String and List Processing/us


Michigan TRAC 

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Country: United States
Designed 1966
Genus: Macros
Sammet category: String and List Processing

TRAC 64 dialect developed by Tad Pinkerton at the University of Michigan in 1965, used to implement TRAMP. Part of the The University of Michigan Terminal System (UMTS)which was a widespread timeshare system

Related languages
TRAC T64 UMIST   Implementation
UMIST Graphical TRAMP   Based on
UMIST TRAMP   Extension of

  • Pinkerton, T.B., (1967) Pinkerton, T.B., "UMIST Manual" The University of Michigan Terminal System Manual, 2nd edition, Vol. II, The University of Michigan Computing Center, Ann Arbor, December 1967, pp. 717-764 Extract: MODE OF OPERATION Extract: SYNTAX Extract: READ STRING AND PRINT STRING Extract: DEFINE, CALL, AND SEGMENT STRING Extract: THE EQUAL FUNCTION
  • Sibley, Edgar H. (1969) Sibley, Edgar H. "The Use of a Graphic Language to Generate Graphic Procedures"
          in Faiman, M. and J. Nievergelt, eds. (1969) Faiman, M. and J. Nievergelt, eds. "Pertinent Concepts in Computer Graphics" University of Illinois Urbana, 1969
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