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Forsythe

A descendent of Algol 60, intended to be as uniform and general as possible, while retaining the basic character of its progenitor. Forsythe features higher-order procedures and intersection types.

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["Preliminary Design of the Programming Language Forsythe", J.C. Reynolds, CMU-CS-88-159, 1988].
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