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IMProved Mercury autocode definition

(IMP) A version of Autocode used to program the Edinburgh Multi Access System (EMAS), one of the first operating systems written in a high-level language, apparently predating Unix.
Luis Damas' Prolog interpreter in IMP for EMAS led to C-Prolog.
[Papers in J. British Computer Society].
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