SNOBOL is a series of computer programming languages developed between
1962 and 1967 at AT&T Bell Laboratories by David J. Farber, Ralph E. Griswold ...
Burroughs 6700 Macro SNOBOL4; CDC6600 Cal-SNOBOL (UCB); DEC PDP-10
SNOBOL-X (Harvard WHRB, SNOBOL3 variant, compiler); Port of Unix "sno" ...
Dec 28, 2007 ... SNOBOL was widely used in the 1970s and 1980s as a text manipulation
language ... its popularity has faded as newer languages such as ...
SNOBOL4 FTP Site. SNOBOL4 material, including free copies of SNOBOL4+ for
MS-DOS and Phil Budne's SNOBOL-in-C are available at this SNOBOL4 FTP ...
Aug 30, 2015 ... SNOBOL is the first language we've seen on MTS that has dynamic typing.
Variables do not need to be pre-declared and their values can ...
I have long thought that SNOBOL pattern matching is superion to the use of
regular expressions. This is a description of SnoPy which is a Python extension ...
This defined a function named AVE which returned the average of X and Y. When
you see how one normally codes functions in Snobol, you'll appreciate why ...
Back when we were brave young souls, SNOBOL was that language that we
were all "gonna learn someday." Not that anybody ever did. And I'm not sure why
Jul 26, 2015 ... In this series we'll look at SNOBOL, a unique pattern matching language, and its
implementation on MTS.