Programmation Automatique des Formules

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Programmation Automatique des Formules is a programming language designed in 1957-1959 by Dimitri Starynkevitch at SEA, a small French computer company. PAF was similar to FORTRAN. It ran on a drum computer, the CAB500. The title is French for Automatic Programming of Formulae.

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