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" ...
The first SNOBOL language was developed by David J. Farber, Ralph E.
Griswold and Ivan P. Polonsky at Bell Labs in 1962. An early name for SNOBOL
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 ...
Vanilla Snobol is a crippled version: perfectly usable, but very limited in some
ways. It was originally a free taster of a commercial version called Snobol4+.
SNOBOL is a very old, but historically important, programming language that was
created to process text. Learn more about it here.
Nov 9, 1996 ... SNOBOL, which is the acronym for String-Oriented Symbolic Language, was
invented in 1962 by Bell Labs. SNOBOL then progressed until it ...
(Computer Science) String Oriented Symbolic Language: a computer-
programming language for handling strings of symbols. Collins English
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 ...