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Programming Languages: A general purpose graphic language


Interactive use of computers with graphic terminals will permit many new problems to be solved using machines. In order to handle a variety of applications, it is expedient to develop a general purpose graphic language that is useful on a number of graphic devices. A system has been designed to produce such a language quickly and cheaply. A model graphic language which has been developed with the system is presented.

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