Work Flow Language. Burroughs, ca 1973. A job control language for the B6700/B7700 under MCP. WFL was a compiled block-structured language similar to ALGOL 60, with subroutines and nested begin-end's.

["Work Flow Management User's Guide", Burroughs Manual 5000714, 1973].

["Burroughs B6700/B7700 Work Flow Language", R.M. Cowan in "Command Languages", C. Unger ed, N-H 1975].

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