The NPS LISP 1.5 VERS 1 programming system
Pilley, John C.
Kildall, Gary A.
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The design and implementation of the NPS LISP 1.5 VERS 1 programming system is described. NPS LISP 1.5 VERS 1 is a complete programming system built around the original implementation of LISP 1.5 on the IBM 360/67 computer at the Naval Postgraduate School. The new version includes a Supervisor and an Editor, as well as the original LISP Interpreter. The VERS 1 system is written in PL/I for time-sharing operation on the IBM 360/67 computer.
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