AMBIT

AMBIT is a historical programming language that was introduced by Carlos Christensen in 1964 for symbolic computation. The language was influenced by ALGOL 60 and is an early example of a pattern matching language for manipulation of strings (a more popular example from the same time is SNOBOL). The acronym AMBIT stands for `Algebraic Manipulatio....
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Ambit

Am'bit noun [ Latin ambitus circuit, from ambire to go around. See Ambient .] Circuit or compass. « His great parts did not live within a small ambit . Milward. »
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Ambit

• (n.) Circuit or compass.
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Ambit

[magazine] Ambit is a literary periodical published in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1959 by Dr Martin Bax, a London paediatrician. ==Overview== Uniting art, prose, poetry and reviews, the magazine appears quarterly and is distributed internationally. Notable Ambit contributors have included J. G. Ballard, Eduardo Paolozzi, Ralph St...
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Ambit

Ambit means scope or range; a sphere of influence. Boundary. Ambit can refer to: AMBIT can refer to: ...
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ambit

circuit; scope; compass; confines
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ambit

an area in which something operates or has power or control
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