Bootstrappable language

Cameron Kaiser spectre at
Thu Dec 11 07:47:09 CST 2008

> How about FORTRAN--say FORTRAN II or USA BASIC FORTRAN?  Very small 
> language; very few statement types and historically correct.  Can be 
> (and was) implemented on just about anything.  You don't need 
> registers, stacks or any of that fancy stuff.  

Where would you find something like that?

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