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File Oriented Interpretive Language

File Oriented Interpretive Language - Programming language

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File Oriented Interpretive Language, aka File Oriented Interpretive Language, is a programming language created in 1967.

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FOIL was the name for two different programming languages.. Read more on Wikipedia...

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:START COUNT=0 TY Enter the number of times you want to repeat the statement: ACCEPT MAX=NUMBER.(1) :LOOP TY This loop has run #COUNT times it will terminate when it runs #MAX times IF COUNT<MAX, COUNT=COUNT+1 GO TO :LOOP TY Do you want to do this again? ACCEPT IF 'yes', GO TO START IF 'no' GO TO FINISH :FINISH TY Goodbye! STOP

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