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TUZ-3 is a programming language developed in the 1960s by the Research Institute of Computing Machinery (VNIIM) in Moscow, part of the Soviet Union at the time. It was designed for supporting numerical computations and scientific simulations. TUZ-3 became one of the first high-level languages with such capabilities in what was then known as Eastern Europe. The language has been used in various academic and research environments for mathematical modeling, data analysis, and algorithm development purposes.

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