Language peer sets for Graphics Language:
Designed 1971 ↑
1970s languages ↑
High Cold War↑
Graphics Language(ID:8373/)alternate simple view
Super-fortran developed by the University of Tokyo and NEC
Expands FORTRAN "by adding to it graphic type declarations, graphic definition statements, graph component specifications, graph transformation, graphic operators, graphic mapping and graphic I/0. "
in First USA-Japan Computer Conference Proceedings, T (1972) First USA-Japan Computer Conference Proceedings, Tokyo, 1972.
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