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Dartmouth Algol 30

Dartmouth ALGOL 30 was an early version of the ALGOL programming language developed at Dartmouth College in the late 1950s. It was based on International Algorithmic Language (IAL), later known as ALGOL 58. The language provided a new type structure, block structure and syntax formalism for writing computer programs. Dartmouth ALGOL 30 contributed to shaping modern programming languages and is considered an important milestone in the evolution of computer science.

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