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PALL: RAND's Automated Address Book.

Published 1964

by G. E. Bryan

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A description of a computer program designed to improve the accuracy, speed, and convenience of handling the paperwork involved in distributing publications of the RAND Corporation. PALL (Prints Address Lists and Labels) maintains a master file of some 850 organizations approved to receive various categories of RAND reports. In design and operation, the program resembles a two-pass assembler and makes extensive use of modern string-handling, pointer, and dictionary techniques

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