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Package for Online Programming. Edinburgh, 1966. First of the POP family of languages. Used reverse Polish notation. Implemented as a threaded interpreter. EPU-R-17, U Edinburgh (Jul 1966). "POP-1: An Online Language", R. Popplestone, Mach Intell 2, E. Dale et al eds, Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh 1968.
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POP-1(Package for Online Programming) The first of a family of programming languages introduced in England in the mid-1960s. It used reverse Polish notation. Successors were POP-2, POP-9X, POP-10, POP-11, POPCORN, POP++, POPLOG and POPLER. See also POP.
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