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FOCAL

1. FOrmula CALculator.

An interactive system written by Rick Merrill of DEC in 1969 for PDP-5 and PDP-8. It was a descendant of AID/JOSS.

Versions: FOCAL-69, FOCAL-1971, FOCAL-11 (for PDP-11 under RT-11).
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