Algorithmic Languages

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Algorithmic Languages

A set of early programming languages developed in the early 1950s. ALGOL languages were highly influential in the development of other programming languages over the next several decades.
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Algol's two stars are very close to each other--almost touching--so even the biggest telescopes see them as a single point.
According to Mutel, Algol's coronal loops could help in understanding the sun in a better way.
This will display the floating point (in Algol real) number in exponential format with NDP (NDP < 11) decimal places, ie
ayr: 2.10 Arena's Dream, 2.45 Handsome Cross, 3.20 Algol, 3.55 We'll Confer, 4.30 Wyatt Earp, 5.05 Kinsya, 5.35 Incursion.
Army transporters partnered with members of the Navy's Fleet and Industrial Supply Center to load the Algol, one of eight Fast Sealift Ships operated by the Military Sealift Command, over two days.
The complexity of PL/1 and Algol, and the subsequent failure to gain wide acceptance, lead to the belief that the goal of a single universal language was impractical, and simplicity in language design was essential for a language to become popular among users.
The approach is based on a combination of linear typing and parametric polymorphism, and is given, formally, via syntactic translations from two variations on Algol 60 into a linear polymorphic [Lambda]-calculus.
Algol, which is quoted on the Brussels hi-tech stock exchange Easdaq, attributed its move into the red in part to increased operating expenses, which were up 11.7% at 11.9m euros ($12.4m) due to investments in human resources.
Over the past year or so, researchers at NASNs Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif., have zeroed in on the triple star system Algol and the single star Gliese 710 as nearby bodies that might have disturbed the Oort Cloud in the recent past or may do so in the near future.
That was Beta Persei, better known as Algol (from an Arabic word meaning "the ghoul," because it represented the head of the monster Medusa in the constellation).
Of the 767 long-term residents of Algol and 237 persons displaced from other areas who were included in the sample, 94 (9%) persons died from April 3 through December 6 (average CMR=4.0 deaths daily per 10,000).
El encuentro filmico aleman sera inaugurado con la produccion silente Algol (1920), de Hans Werckmeister, musicalizado en vivo por Cinema Domingo Orchestra, bajo la direccion del musico Steven Brown, que se proyectara en el Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris, el proximo 6 de agosto a las 20:00 horas.