TALL—a list processor for the Philco 2000 computer

@article{Feldman1962TALLaLP,
  title={TALL—a list processor for the Philco 2000 computer},
  author={Julian Feldman},
  journal={Commun. ACM},
  year={1962},
  volume={5},
  pages={484-485}
}
Several of the computer languages that are oriented toward problems in symbol manipulation use a list type of memory organization.1 The advantages of such a memory organization have been discussed elsewhere and will not be repeated here. The purpose of this note is to describe the method used in realizing a list language on the Philco 2000. Information Processing Language V (IPL-V) was chosen as the source language for the list processor for the 2000 because this language has been well… CONTINUE READING

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