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From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (30 December 2018) :
A quite distinct descendant of SNOBOL, developed
by Griswold et al in 1967. SNOBOL4 is declarative with
dynamic scope. Patterns are first-class data objects that
can be constructed by concatenation and alternation. Success
and failure are used for flow control. Delayed
(unevaluated) expressions can be used to implement
recursion. It has a table data type. Strings generated at
run time can be treated as programs and executed.
See also vanilla.
http://snobol4.org/)">SNOBOL 4 (http://snobol4.org/).
A FOLDOC parser in SNOBOL4
["The SNOBOL4 Programming Language", Ralph E. Griswold et al,
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