Charles H. Lindsey
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|Charles H. Lindsey|
|Born||Charles Hodgson Lindsey|
|Known for||Revised Report on Algol 68|
He was an editor of the Revised Report on Algol 68, and co-wrote a ground breaking book on the language An Informal Introduction to Algol 68 ISBN 0-7204-0726-5, which was unusual because it was written so that you could read it 'horizontally' (i.e. in the normal manner) or 'vertically' (i.e. starting with section 1.1, then 2.1, then 3.1, etc., before going back to section 1.2, then 2.2, and so on) depending on how you wanted to learn the language.
He wrote up the complete History of ALGOL 68 in
He is part of the team restoring Hartree's Differential Analyser at Manchester Museum of Science and Technology.
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