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Few remember the ancestry of programming languages

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/01/27

A while ago, I saw this tweet:

It mentions LISP (nowadays mostly called Lisp), likely because their derivatives like Scheme and Clojure still actively mention their ancestry.

ALGOL is not in the list, but has had so much influence on modern programming. So here the thread that followed:


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