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A-0 System

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  1. written by Grace Hopper in 1951 and 1952 for the UNIVAC I, was the first compiler ever developed for an electronic computer

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  2. -0 functioned more as a loader or linker than the modern notion of a compiler

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  3. early computer compiler

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  4. program was specified as a sequence of subroutines and arguments

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  5. The subroutines were identified by a numeric code and the arguments to the subroutines were written directly after each subroutine code

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  6. converted the specification into machine code that could be fed into the computer a second time to execute the program

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