PILOT, SNOBOL, AND LOGO AS COMPUTING TOOLS FOR FOREIGN-LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION
Issue: Vol 3 No. 2 (1985)
Journal: CALICO Journal
Three programming languages widely available for microcomputers deserve attention from the foreign-language academic community because of their ease of use and their particular facility in manipulating language. PILOT, SNOBOL, and Logo are described and evaluated as tools for foreign-language CAI, and a small sample program in each language is given. A bibliography is included.
Author: Ruth H. Sanders