GECOM


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GECOM

(language)
A language for the GE-255 series, like COBOL with some ALGOL features added, in use around 1964-5. GECOM included many of the early COBOL constructs including report writer and TABSOL (programming by truth table). Another (planned but unimplemented?) component was FRINGE.

[Sammet 1969, p. 329].

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For example, GECOM, which makes automotive door, hood, trunk and gas latches, started in 1987 with 80 employees.
We're in the middle of expanding our stamping plant and we're expanding our office space," says Johnny Gahring, GECOM human resources and general affairs supervisor.
According to Gahring, GECOM had more than 520 workers as of the end of November.