MAD (programming language)

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MAD (short for Michigan Algorithm Decoder), is a programming language and compiler developed at the University of Michigan by Bernard Galler, Bruce Arden and Robert M. Graham.[1]

Contents

MAD, MAD/I, and GOM

There are three MAD compilers:

History

MAD is a variant of the International algorithmic language (IAL). IAL is the original name for what eventually became ALGOL 58. While MAD was motivated by ALGOL 58, it does not resemble ALGOL 58 in any significant way.[8][9]

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