Cybil (programming language)

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Cybil (short for the Cyber Implementation Language of the Control Data Network Operating System) was a Pascal-like language developed at Control Data Corporation for the Cyber computer family.[1][2] Cybil was used as the implementation language for the NOS/VE operating system[3] on the CDC Cyber series and was also used to write the eOS operating system for the ETA10 supercomputer in the 1980s.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Computing information directory by Darlene Myers Hildebrandt (1988) ISBN 093311303X page 232
  2. ^ Ragan, Richard R. (May 1985). "CYBIL - CYBER Implementation Language". ACM SIGPLAN Notices. 20 (5): 21–30. Retrieved Mar 6, 2020.
  3. ^ Museum Waalsdorp - computer history, based on a CDC NOS/VE information leaflet