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Paul McJones

Location: Mountain View, California — Main Language: en
Software historian; member of the Software Preservation Group; curator of the FORTRAN, LISP, ALGOL, C++, and Functional Programming projects

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Contact Information 2022-05-21
SETL Historical Sources Archive 2022-05-18
Other resources for the history of LISP 2010-11-24
Prolog and Logic Programming Historical Sources Archive 2022-04-25
LISP 1.5 family 2010-11-24
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David H. D. Warren. Example to Illustrate How PROLOG Is Implemented. 1974. 2020-03-13
David H. D. Warren. What is Prolog? Slides for a talk, 1974. 2022-02-18
Angelo Papenhoff, transcriptionist. LISP 1.5 compiler machine-readable transcription, 2022. Formatted transcription. 2022-02-11
Angelo Papenhoff, transcriptionist. LISP 1.5 compiler machine-readable transcription, 2022. Literal transcription. 2022-02-11
Angelo Papenhoff, transcriptionist. LISP 1.5 compiler machine-readable transcription, 2022. Commented transcription. 2022-02-11
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LISP 1.5 for GE 235 at Dartmouth 2022-02-06
Papers 2022-01-22
NIM IGÜSZI 2021-10-24
Documents 2021-09-25
Griffin 2021-09-25
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Data General Corporation. Sorry It Took So Long advertisement. Datamation. 2020-06-04
ALGOL runtime library paper tapes 2020-06-03
Cover of Lisp 1.5 Primer 2010-11-28
Cover of Handbook of LISP Functions, RIAS, 1961 2010-11-27
Cover of The Programming Language LISP 2010-11-27
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Prolog and Logic Programming 2005-04-12
SETL 2005-04-12
Mesa 2005-04-12
PAL (Pedagogic Algorithmic Language) 2012-02-09
LISP 2005-04-12
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