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Language peer sets for Nodal-80:
Designed 1982
1980s languages
Fourth generation
Late Cold War
Genus Generation of JOSS II
Generation of JOSS II
JOSS family
Generation of JOSS II/1982
JOSS family/1982
Generation of JOSS II/Japan
JOSS family/Japan


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Country: Japan
Designed 1982
Genus: Generation of JOSS II

NODAL for the CP/M computer platform, with some modifications for speed.

Developed by Katsunobu Oide for the Tristan system at the National Laboratory for High Energy Physics (KEK), Japan

Had modified syntax, and no network facilities. Rationalisation of the role that literal text played to some extent.

When the Tristan system (which ran on Hitachi HIDIC-80 realtime systems)

Related languages
NODAL Nodal-80   Simplification of
Nodal-80 KEK-NODAL   Evolution of

  • Oide, Katsunobu (1982) Oide, Katsunobu "NODAL interpreter for CP/M" KEK Report 82-11 Nov 1982 Abstract Extract: Language overview
  • Yamamoto, N. and Takagi, M. (2000) Yamamoto, N. and Takagi, M. "Dynamic Execution Of Scripts On EPICS IOC" EPAC 2000 Abstract pdf Extract: Use of NODAL in TRISTAN
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