Brown University Interactive Language
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Brown University Interactive Language (BRUIN) was an introductory programming language developed at Brown University in the late 1960s. It operated in the IBM 360, and was similar to PL/1. The abstract of R. G. Munck's document, "Meeting the Computational Requirements of the University, Brown University Interactive Language" describes BRUIN as "a JOSS-like interpreter and a WATFOR-Like compiler and has a syntax very much like PL/I. It is intended that BRUIN and PL/I will together form a language system which will supply most of the (non-computer science) computational requirements of the university."
- Munck, Robert G. (1969), "Meeting the computational requirements of the university - the Brown University Interactive Language", Proceedings of the 1969 24th national conference (ACM '69), 1969 (24): 665–673, doi:10.1145/800195.805968, retrieved 2013-09-26
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