Elliott ALGOL

Elliott ALGOL was an ALGOL 60 compiler for the Elliott 803 computer. It differed slightly from the reference version of Algol, particularly in the supported character set. First released in February 1962, it is believed to be the first implementation of an ALGOL 60 compiler in a commercial context and was an unexpectedly popular product for the company.

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Examples and Portability Issues - Code Sample Comparisons - ALGOL 60 Family
... Since ALGOL 60 had no I/O facilities, there is no portable hello world program in ALGOL ... following program could (and still will) compile and run on an ALGOL implementation for a Unisys A-Series mainframe, and is a straightforward simplification of code taken from ... An alternative example, using Elliott Algol I/O is as follows ...