Honeywell CP-6

Discontinued computer operating system developed by Honeywell, Inc. in 1976.

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APL (programming language)

Programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson.

Programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E. Iverson.

IBM typeballs and typewheel containing APL Greek characters.
A programmer's view of the IBM 2741 keyboard layout with the APL typing element print head inserted
British APL Association (BAPLA) conference laptop bag.

Xerox APL was available from June 1975 for Xerox 560 and Sigma 6, 7, and 9 mainframes running CP-V and for Honeywell CP-6.

Unix time-sharing at the University of Wisconsin, 1978

Time-sharing

Sharing of a computing resource among many users at the same time by means of multiprogramming and multi-tasking.

Sharing of a computing resource among many users at the same time by means of multiprogramming and multi-tasking.

Unix time-sharing at the University of Wisconsin, 1978

XDS UTS → CP-V → Honeywell CP-6

Honeywell 6000 series

The Honeywell 6000 series computers were rebadged versions of General Electric's 600-series mainframes manufactured by Honeywell International, Inc. from 1970 to 1989.

The Honeywell 6000 series computers were rebadged versions of General Electric's 600-series mainframes manufactured by Honeywell International, Inc. from 1970 to 1989.

A Honeywell Level 66/60 mainframe computer with its cabinet door open

In 1974, Honeywell purchased Xerox Data Systems (XDS), and developed a work-alike of the Xerox operating system CP-V as CP-6 to run on DPS-8 systems in order to retain Xerox' loyal customer base.

The source code for a simple computer program written in the C programming language. The gray lines are comments that help explain the program to humans in a natural language. When compiled and run, it will give the output "Hello, world!".

PL-6

Discontinued system programming language based on PL/I.

Discontinued system programming language based on PL/I.

The source code for a simple computer program written in the C programming language. The gray lines are comments that help explain the program to humans in a natural language. When compiled and run, it will give the output "Hello, world!".

PL-6 was developed by Honeywell, Inc. in the late 1970s as part of the project to develop the CP-6 operating system.

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PL/I

Procedural, imperative computer programming language developed and published by IBM.

Procedural, imperative computer programming language developed and published by IBM.

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Honeywell, Inc. developed PL-6 for use in creating the CP-6 operating system.

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List of operating systems

List of operating systems.

List of operating systems.

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