High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The PL/M programming
language (an acronym of Programming Language for Microcomputers) is
a high-level language developed by Gary Kildall in 1972 for Intel
for its microprocessors. The language incorporated ideas from PL/I,
ALGOL and XPL, and had an integrated macro processor. Unlike other
contemporary languages such as Pascal, C or BASIC, PL/M had no
standard input or output routines. It included features targeted at
the low-level hardware specific to the target microprocessors, and
as such, it could support direct access to any location in memory,
I/O ports and the processor interrupt flags in a very efficient
manner. PL/M was the original implementation language for the CP/M
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