File 4 - /360 WATFOR implementation guide.

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/360 WATFOR implementation guide.

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SCA218-GA204-4

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  • 1967 (Publication)
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    University of Waterloo Computing Centre

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William Kindree was an undergraduate student of mathematics at the University of Waterloo in the 1960s and part of the team led by mathematics lecturers Paul Dirksen and Paul Cress that developed the WATFOR 360 compiler in 1966-1967 as well as its successor WATFIV.

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File consists of a loose publication: /360 WATFOR: implementation guide (Waterloo, Ont. : University of Waterloo Computing Centre, 1967). The guide is by P. Cress (project director), P.H. Dirksen, M. Doyle, L. Kesselhut, W. Kindree, D. Meek, R. Milne, and E. Schmidt.

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