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ELLA ALGOL 68RS is an implementation of ALGOL 68. Other implementations of ALGOL 68.
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ELLA is a hardware design language from DRA Malvern. Implemented in ALGOL 68RS - "ELLA 2000: A Language for Electronic System Design", J.D. Morison and A.S. Clarke, McGraw-Hill 1993.

algol68toc is derived from a project to translate ELLA into C, hence ELLA ALGOL 68 is a cut down verion of ALGOL 68RS where elements not required for the ELLA translation were not ported.


Notes: ELLA Algol68 (in the form on Algol68toC) is missing the formatted transput (input/output), hence the following code sample uses print and not printf. It also requires ALGOL 68 RS's PROGRAM, USE and FINISH formalities.

USE standard    
  print(("Hello, world!", new line))      

See Also

  • Ports of the ELLA A68ToC compiler:
  1. Download for debian - version 1.19
  2. Download for Fedora 9 (SourceForge) - version 1.8.8d.

The SourceForge download includes the PDFs of two books:

  1. Programming Algol 68 Made Easy - by Sian Mountbatten - 610 pages (also in the algol68toc package).
  2. The RS Compiler for ALGOL 68 - Published 1978 - Defence Research Agency, Malvern, UK - 86 pages.