The terminal control language for the madcap programming language

@inproceedings{Devaney1972TheTC,
  title={The terminal control language for the madcap programming language},
  author={Marjorie Devaney and Jean Hudgins},
  booktitle={Two-Dimensional Man-Machine Communication},
  year={1972}
}
This paper describes the hardware and software associated with a keyboard based, storage scope terminal interactive facility currently under development at Los Alamos. The terminal commands are given by single character operators. Editing on a line or character basis and interaction with an executing program is included. The overall approach has been one of command language and source language unification. 
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