DIALOG: a conversational programming system with a graphical orientation

@article{Cameron1967DIALOGAC,
  title={DIALOG: a conversational programming system with a graphical orientation},
  author={Scott H. Cameron and Duncan Ewing and Michael Liveright},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={1967},
  volume={10},
  pages={349-357}
}
  • Scott H. Cameron, Duncan Ewing, Michael Liveright
  • Published in CACM 1967
  • Computer Science
  • Commun. ACM
  • Abstract : DIALOG is an algebraic language for on-line use with a graphical input-output console device. It is a computational aid for the casual user, which provides basic facilities for graphical and numeric input and display, on and off-line program preparation and storage, and hard copy presentation of results. Use of the system requires a minimum of experience or instruction, since the growth of an overlaying system control language has been prevented, and there are no processor-oriented… CONTINUE READING

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