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 MUMPS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
MUMPS (all-caps), or alternatively M, is a programming language that is used for building applications that typically have large and/or complex databases.
MUMPS is an interpreted language and incorporates a hierarchical database file system to standardize interaction with the data.
Developed on a government grant, MUMPS was required to be released in the public domain (no longer a requirement for grants), and was soon ported to a number of other systems including the popular PDP-8, the Data General Nova and the PDP-11.
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 M (MUMPS) programming language - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about M (MUMPS) programming language
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 Mumps Programming | Henry Elliott & Company
MUMPS (also called 'M') is a powerful database language that runs on a variety of platforms.
MUMPS was originally used for medical records and is now widely used where multiple users access the same databases simultaneously, e.g.
Early MUMPS implementations for PDP-11 and IBM PC were complete operating systems, as well as programming languages, but current-day implementations usually run under a normal host operating system.
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