Error correction in CORC: the Cornell Computing Language

@inproceedings{Freeman1964ErrorCI,
  title={Error correction in CORC: the Cornell Computing Language},
  author={David N. Freeman},
  booktitle={AFIPS '64 (Fall, part I)},
  year={1964}
}
CORC, the Cornell Computing Language, is an experimental compiler language developed at Cornell University. Although derived from FORTRAN and ALGOL, CORC has a radically simpler syntax than either of these, since it was designed to serve university students and faculty. Indeed, most of the users of CORC are "laymen programmers," who intermittently write small programs to solve scientific problems. Their programs contain many errors, as often chargeable to fundamental misunderstandings of the… CONTINUE READING

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