Memory dump of hyphenation program for 1500 computer
- part of archive:
- Collection of documents and ICL PLAN source listings referring to subroutines written in the PLAN programming language used to create a tailored word processing program for users in the printing and publishing industry
This is believed to have been manufactured by RCA. Some assembly code can be read from line 353 onwards. Hyphenation tables appear to be Afrikaans, as referred to in 'An Approach to the Automatic of Syllabification German', a paper by M.D. Martin and E.J. O'Brien (MS/2187/13).