GEORGE is a programming language created in 1957.

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GEORGE is a programming language invented by Charles Leonard Hamblin in 1957.It was designed around a push-down pop-up stack for arithmetic operations, and employed reverse Polish notation. The language included loops, subroutines, conditionals, vectors, and matrices. Algebraic expressions were written in reverse Polish notation; thus, a + b {\displaystyle a+b} was written a b +, and similarly for the other arithmetic operations of subtraction, multiplication, and division. Read more on Wikipedia...

- Tags: programming language
- Early development of GEORGE happened in University of New South Wales
- Explore GEORGE snippets on Rosetta Code
- GEORGE on HOPL
- See also: (1 related languages) Reverse Polish notation

Example from Wikipedia:

```
1, 10 R1 (a)
1, 10 rep (j)
j | a dup * j | (a)聽;
]
1, 10 P1 (a)
```