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Turingol definition

A high-level language for programming Turing Machines by Donald Knuth. It was the subject of the first construction of a nontrivial attribute grammar.
["Semantics of Context-Free Languages", D. Knuth, Math Sys Thy 2:127-145 (1975)].
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