High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Filetab is a decision
table-based computer programming language. Filetab has a long
history, originally designed in the 1960s and descended from the
DETAB programming. Filetab was developed by the National Computing
Centre (NCC) and originally used on ICL operating systems such as
George 2/3 and VME, but ported to a large number of others. The
main architect of the language was Tom Barnard. A Linux version was
produced in 2001. In 2009 "NCC Filetab Limited" acquired the rights
to Filetab from the NCC, but despite the similarity of names the
company is not associated with the National Computing Centre.
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