Experimental extensible language  

Experimental extensible language by Lavrov, Moscow 1967

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SNOBOL-A => ABC   Influence

  • "The Jubilee of Svyatoslav Sergeevich Lavrov" Programming and Computer Software, 29(4) July-August 2003, pp181?182 view details Extract: ABC
    In the 1960s and early 1970s, Lavrov took an active part in the WG2.1 workgroup on Algol within the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). Lavrov proposed the ABC language, which was one of the first experimental extensible programming languages in the world, as an alternative to Algol-68. In the WG2.1 Proceedings, Lavrov expressed the need for integrating programming languages and tools for interaction with operation environment, which has been universally accepted and has become the basis for the current concept of Application Program Interface (API).