LOGLAN is a programming language created in 1982.
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Loglan is a constructed language originally designed for linguistic research, particularly for investigating the Sapir–Whorf Hypothesis. The language was developed beginning in 1955 by Dr James Cooke Brown with the goal of making a language so different from natural languages that people learning it would think in a different way if the hypothesis were true. In 1960 Scientific American published an article introducing the language. Read more on Wikipedia...
|Report on the Loglan 82 Programming Language||Polska Akademia Nauk and Antoni Mazurkiewicz||January 1984||Pa?nstwowe Wydawn Nauk|
|Loglan '88 - Report On The Programming Language (lecture Notes In Computer Science)||Antoni Kreczmar and Andrzej Salwicki and Marek Warpechowski||1990||Springer|