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'begin' 'comment' 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall written in Algol60, for the a60 interpreter by Erik Schoenfelder. Lower case, whitespace, ASCII, literal strings, implementation character set, etc, and other modern conceits are ahistoric and waste cards and tape. Tom Jennings 5 Jan 2006 ; 'integer' 'procedure' bottles(n); 'value' n; 'integer' n; 'begin' 'if' n < 1 'then' outstring(1, "no more ") 'else' outinteger(1, n); 'if' n = 1 'then' outstring(1, "bottle") 'else' outstring(1, "bottles"); outstring(1, " of beer"); 'end'; 'comment' Here is main. ; 'integer' i; 'for' i := 99 'step' -1 'until' 1 'do' 'begin' bottles(i); outstring(1, " on the wall, "); bottles(i); outstring(1, "\n"); outstring(1, "take one down and pass it around, "); bottles(i - 1); outstring(1, " on the wall.\n"); 'end'; 'end'
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