SPRINT: a direct approach to list processing languages

@inproceedings{Kapps1967SPRINTAD,
  title={SPRINT: a direct approach to list processing languages},
  author={Charles Kapps},
  booktitle={AFIPS Spring Joint Computing Conference},
  year={1967}
}
Most current list processing languages such as LISP and IPL-V operate in an indirect manner, i.e., during execution of a program written in these languages, the basic operations do not deal directly with data but rather with addresses which point to the data, making it awkward to perform operations at the input syntax level. 

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