A programming language in the genre of experimental language by Konrad Zuse

Plankalkül was probably the very first attempt at a formalized notation for computer programs, and is considered by many to be the first programming language. The linked article describing the language, transliterated to HTML from scans provided by the Retrocomputing Museum, originally appeared in Communications of the ACM, July 1972, Volume 15, Number 7.

Computational Class

unknown computational class

Programming Paradigms

Defined by

(no specification or reference implementation on file)


Actually I'm sure there's a quite good specification somewhere out there nowadays.