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Algological Al`go*log"ic*al, a.
Of or pertaining to algology; as, algological specimens.
Algologist Al*gol"o*gist, n.
One learned about alg[ae]; a student of algology.
Algology Al*gol"o*gy, n. [L. alga seaweed + -logy.] (Bot.)
The study or science of alg[ae] or seaweeds.
Meaning of Algol from wikipedia
(/ˈælɡɒl, -ɡɔːl/; short
for "Algorithmic Language") is a family
of imperative computer programming languages originally developed
in 1958. ALGOL...
Beta ****i (β ****i, abbreviated
Beta Per, β Per), known colloquially
as the Demon
Star, is a bright multiple
star in the...
60 (short for Algorithmic Language
1960) is a member
of the ALGOL family
of computer programming
languages. It followed
on from ALGOL
- Burroughs Algol Elliott ALGOL Dartmouth ALGOL
DG/L S-algol ALGOL
68C FLACC ALGOL
68 (short for Algorithmic Language
1968) is an imperative programming language
that was conceived
as a successor
to the ALGOL
W is a programming
language. It is based
on a proposal
X by Niklaus Wirth
and Tony ****e as a successor
W is a relatively...
58, originally named
IAL, is one of the family
of ALGOL computer programming
languages. It was an early compromise design
soon su****ded by ALGOL...
- the ALGOL
60 language. Wirth
in the process
as part of the ALGOL
a version named ALGOL
of computer program
construction, algorithmic problem
– FORTRAN, Backus–Naur form, first complete compiler David
- ABC ALGOL
is an extension
of the programming language ALGOL
60 with arbitrary
and user-defined operators, intended
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