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First FORTRAN Program Runs
September 20th 1954
The first FORTRAN program ran today in 1954. Invented by IBM, FORTRAN was designed to simplify the highly complex programming process with simple algebra-like expressions when writing software. More than 60 years later, FORTRAN is still going strong with the latest version of the language released in 2018.
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