HP Atlas

Brent Hilpert hilpert at cs.ubc.ca
Fri Feb 27 01:54:02 CST 2015

On 2015-Feb-26, at 10:31 PM, Jason T wrote:

> I've scanned in a pocket QRG for a language called "HP Atlas."  It
> appears to be a 1970s-era language for 21MX-class machines.  I can't
> find much out there about it beyond some HP press materials:
> http://chiclassiccomp.org/docs/index.php?dir=%2Fcomputing/HP
> or the direct link:
> http://chiclassiccomp.org/docs/content/computing/HP/92100-93007_HP-AtlasQRG_Dec75.pdf
> Most errors in the scan are, unfortunately, in the original
> (double-strikes, comb holes punched over text, etc)

Looks like a language for Automated Test Equipment system control, which of course would fit with HP and the 21xx machines.
ATE and UUT (Unit Under Test) acronyms, etc. in the text.

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