ALPAK

ALPAK

(library)
A subroutine package used by ALTRAN.

["The ALPAK System for Nonnumerical Algebra on a Digital Computer", W.S. Brown, Bell Sys Tech J 42:2081, 1963].

[Sammet 1969, p. 502].
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Doug Toub, president of Alpak Industries noted heightened promotional activity including catalog mailings among its specialty and department store customers.
Alpak's Taub estimated corrugated sales were off about 25 percent in October, attributing the slump to retail footage lost to plastic products.
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