I am looking for a compiler or interpreter for Plankalkül, the first high level (machine-independent), von Neumann - language ever invented.

It would be ideal if it could be compilable on a Linux command line, but any solution would make me happy.

The FU-Berlin version (linked even from the Wiki page) is from 2002 and doesn't compile on current linuxes without major modifications.

  • Did you ever find one?
    – gerrit
    Dec 12 '19 at 19:12
  • @gerrit No. Actually it was even hard for me to find a specification. I think now, the fu-berlin version could relative easily actualized, and that should be done.
    – peterh
    Dec 13 '19 at 15:04

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