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Language peer sets for CAMIL:
United States
United States/1978
Designed 1978
1970s languages
Fourth generation
High Cold War


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Country: United States
Designed 1978
Published: 1978

for Computer Assisted/Managed Instructional Language.

Eanes, GArdner and Stacey 1978

Part of the Advanced Instructional System at (AIS) Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado, developed by McDonnel DOuglas

Based largely on Algol, adds JUDGE and SENTENCE structures, also user definable types and operators. Also featured 5 kinds of modules: DICTIONARY, GLOBAL, SHARED, PROCEDURE and SEGMENT

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  • Pflasterer, David C. (1978) Pflasterer, David C. "An approach to efficient, fault tolerant programming" Abstract DOI Extract: aBOUT camil
          in [SIGPLAN] (1978) SIGPLAN Notices 13(02) February 1978
  • Pflasterer, David C. (1978) Pflasterer, David C. "The CAMIL Programming Language", Abstract Extract: INTRODUCTION Extract: BASIC AND EXTENDED CAMIL Extract: CONCLUSION Extract: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
          in [SIGPLAN] (1978) SIGPLAN Notices 13(10) Oct 1978
  • 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
  • Kearsley, Greg (1982) Kearsley, Greg "Authoring systems in computer based education" Extract: Historical survey
          in [ACM] (1982) [ACM] CACM 25(07) July 1982
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