http://www.catb.org/retro/plankalkuel/figure3.png (found with other info onhttp://www.catb.org/retro/plankalkuel/)
Technical/mathematical German has - to me as a native German speaker, at least - a sound to it that is somehow ... neither cool nor uncool, actually, it somehow transcends the entire concept.
the code example for finding a maximum of three numbers is a bit complex. I mean you can do shorter in assembly
This also fits in better with the fact he invented (or at least envisioned) a "Planfertigungsgerät" (plan preparation device) to convert the "Plan" from human-readable notation into something the computer could run (effectively, a compiler).
( implemented by comparing the provided source against any plankalkül implementations that might exist on http://www.99-bottles-of-beer.net/ and emits the highest rated js implementation if it matches, undefined otherwise)
* R. Rojas, C. Göktekin, G. Friedland, M. Krüger, Plankalkül: The First High-Level Programming Language and its Implementation. ftp://ftp.mi.fu-berlin.de/pub/reports/TR-B-00-03.pdf