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Rocky Mountain BASIC

Rocky mountain Basic is a dialect of the BASIC programming language, developed by Hewlett-Packard. He was especially popular for control of automatic test equipment via gpib. It has a number of features which are or were unusual in basic dialects ...

                                               

SCELBAL

SCELBAL, short for basic scientific language is a version of the BASIC programming language was released in 1976 for SCELBI and other early models of the Intel 8008 and 8080-based microcomputers as mark-8. Later additions to the language included ...

                                               

TI-BASIC

Ti-Basic is the official language name built in Texas documents with graphic calculators. Ti-Basic is a language family of three different and incompatible versions, released on a variety of products: Ti-83 basic on the Z80 for the TI-83 series, ...

                                               

True BASIC

However, basic is a variant of the BASIC programming language descended from Dartmouth Basic - the original basic. Both were created by College professors John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz.

                                               

BASIC extensions

                                               

Articles with example BASIC code

                                               

BASIC commands

                                               

GEOS Object C

                                               

GOC (GEOS)

                                               

Lite-C

Lite-C is a programming language for multimedia applications and personal computer games, using a subset of the syntax of the C language with some elements of C language. Its main difference with the native implementation of multimedia and comput ...

                                               

P*

R* is a programming language to be useful in web development to create dynamic HTML documents. Language defines the syntax for templates and prepared SQL statements. P* programs are scripts that run in the p* interpreter.

                                               

SAC programming language

SAC is a strict purely functional programming language, whose design is focused on the needs of numerical applications. The emphasis is on efficient support for array processing using the data parallelism. Problems of efficiency are, in fact, two ...

                                               

Treelang

Treelang is a "toy" programming language distributed with the GCC compilers to demonstrate the capabilities of its code generation backend. It was developed by Tim Josling, based on a language called toy created by Richard Kenner. During the 4.3 ...

                                               

C Sharp programming language family

                                               

Objective-C

                                               

C++/CX

C /CX is the projection of the language for the platform Microsoft Windows. It takes the form of language extensions to C compilers, and it allows C programmers to write programs that call APIs in the Windows runtime. C /CX is replaced by C /WinR ...

                                               

Charm++

Charm is a parallel object - oriented programming language based on C developed in the parallel programming laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. Charm is designed with the goal of increasing encoding efficiency due to the ...

                                               

RaftLib

RaftLib is a portable parallel processing system, which is designed to provide maximum performance while increasing the productivity of the programmer. This allows the programmer to collect massively parallel programs using a simple iostream-oper ...

                                               

Coarray Fortran

Coarray Fortran company, formerly known as F--, began as an extension of Fortran 95 / 2003 for parallel processing created by Robert Numrich and John Reid in 1990-ies. Standard Fortran 2008 now includes coarrays, as decided at the meeting in may ...

                                               

EFL (programming language)

EFL-is a programming language, the programmer issued by D. A. hall In the late 1970-ies, and completed by Stuart Feldman. It was designed to improve Fortran, adding control structures, similar to those of C and was implemented as a preprocessor t ...

                                               

F (programming language)

F-module, generalization, numerical programming language developed for scientific programming and scientific computing. F was designed as a contemporary of Fortran, thus making it a subset of Fortran 95. He combines digital and data abstraction o ...

                                               

Iftran

IFTRAN was created in 1972 by E. F. Miller at General research Corporation, Santa Barbara, CA as a mechanism to support structured programming in the Fortran language environment. IFTRAN these basic structured programming constructs: if.Keywords ...

                                               

Industrial Real-Time Fortran

Industrial real-time Fortran was developed in the decade 1970-1980, to augment the Fortran language with library bindings useful for process and device control and I / o is also included in IRTF set of bit-manipulation functions, which eventually ...

                                               

Ratfor

Ratfor is a programming language implemented as a preprocessor for Fortran 66. It provided modern control structures, unavailable in Fortran 66, to replace goto and statement numbers.

                                               

Concurrent Haskell

Concurrent Haskell extends Haskell 98 with explicit concurrency. Two key concepts A primitive type MVAR α the implementation of a limited / one place asynchronous channel which is either empty or contains a value of type α. The ability to spawn a ...

                                               

Haskell features

A simple example that is often used to demonstrate the syntax of functional languages is the factorial function for nonnegative integers shown in Haskell: Or in one line: It describes how the factorial using a recursive function, with a single te ...

                                               

Articles with example Haskell code

                                               

GScript

Gscript is its own programming language, which was renamed into the state and released open source. All APIs, packages, affected titles and names. Any use of this word becomes gscript in the state. Any lowercase word becomes a gscript for the sta ...

                                               

Pizza (programming language)

Pizza, open source includes Java 1.4, before the introduction of generics to the Java programming language. In addition to its own solution for adding generics to the language, the pizza is also added, pointers to functions and algebraic types wi ...

                                               

Objective-J

Objective-J is a programming language developed under the web development cappuccino. Its syntax is almost identical to objective-C syntax and it shares with JavaScript the same relationship that objective-C has with the C programming language: t ...

                                               

JavaScript dialect engines

                                               

IP Pascal

IP Pascal is an implementation of the Pascal programming language using the IP portability platform, a multiple machine, operating system and language implementation.

                                               

Outline of Perl

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the Perl programming language: Pearl – high-level, General purpose, multiparadigm interpreted, dynamic programming language. Perl was originally developed by Larry wall in 1 ...

                                               

Parrot assembly language

Parrot Assembly language is the basic assembler language used by the parrot virtual machine. PASM is the lowest Assembly level in the stack parrot. Parrot intermediate representation, PIR PASM extended to simplify the development of compilers. He ...

                                               

Parrot intermediate representation

Parrot intermediate representation, previously called intermediate code, is one of the two Assembly languages for the parrot virtual machine. Other parrot Assembly language or PASM. Compared to PASM, PIR exists at a slightly higher level of abstr ...

                                               

Perl language structure

The structure of the Perl programming language includes both syntactic rules of the language and the General ways in which the organized program. Perls design philosophy is expressed in the oft-quoted motto "there is more than one way to do it." ...

                                               

Perl Object-Oriented Persistence

Object-oriented Perl persistence is the term used to denote object-relational mapping mechanisms written in the Perl programming language to provide object persistence. Dave Rolsky divides poop mechanisms into two categories: RDBMS-OO mappers: th ...

                                               

XS (Perl)

XS interface to an external function in Perl by which a program can call a subroutine in C or C. XS or xsub is an abbreviation for "external subroutine", where outer refers to the external programming languages to Perl. XS also refers to the glue ...

                                               

PL/8

PL / 8 is a dialect of PL / I developed by IBM research center in the 1970-ies the compiler group, under Martin Hopkins, as part of a major research program that led to the architecture of the IBM RISC. It was so called because it was about 80% o ...

                                               

Amber Smalltalk

Amber Smalltalk, formerly known ought to talk about is the implementation of the programming language Smalltalk-80 language that runs on JavaScript execution in a web browser. It is designed for developing client-side using the programming langua ...

                                               

Visual Smalltalk Enterprise

Visual Smalltalk Enterprise is the common dialect that runs only on Microsoft Windows and is the latest in a long series of implementations of Smalltalk the first is made by Digitalk and now available through Cincom. Active development has stoppe ...

                                               

Articles with example Tcl code

                                               

Nial

NiAl, a high-level array programming language developed about 1981 by Mike Jenkins Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Jenkins co-created Jenkins–Traub algorithm. NiAl combines functional programming notation for arrays based on the the ...

                                               

Mouse (programming language)

The programming language of the mouse small computer programming language developed by Dr. Peter Grogono in the late 1970s and early 1980s years. It was developed as an extension of the earlier language called MUSYS, which was used to control dig ...

                                               

Fortran 95 language features

This is an overview of Fortran 95 language features. The included additional features of TR-15581:enhanced data type facilities, which were universally implemented. Old functions that have been replaced are not described: some of those historic f ...

                                               

Fortran compilers

                                               

Outline of C++

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide c: C is statically typed, free-form, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language of General purpose. It is regarded as intermediate level language as it comprises a combinati ...

                                               

Argument-dependent name lookup

In the C programming language, argument-dependent lookup, or argument-dependent lookup of names used to look up the unqualified function name depending on the types of the arguments of a function call. This behavior is also known as the search fo ...

                                               

Auto-linking

Automatic tying mechanism for automatically determining which libraries to link to when creating a C or obj-c program. It is activated using #PRAGMA statements comments in header files of the library, or import, depending on the compiler. Most co ...

                                               

Concepts (C++)

Concepts are an extension to the feature templates provided in the C programming language. The concepts are called Boolean predicates of template parameters that are evaluated at compile time. The concept can be associated with the template, in t ...

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