2017-07-27T19:59:42+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Scriptol, Type qualifier, Compiled language, Interpreted language, Domain-specific language, APL (programming language), Java (programming language), Lisp (programming language), Visual Basic, Context-sensitive grammar, Blue (programming language), Two-level grammar, Address programming language, Swift (programming language), Dialect (computing), PL/M, Auto-lead Data Format, Scientific Vector Language, Flow chart language, Open Roberta, ThinBasic, Jolie (programming language), Cameleon (programming language), Swift (parallel scripting language), SLIP (programming language), FX-87, KOMPILER, Janus (time-reversible computing programming language), Golo (programming language), Milk (programming language), Kinetic Rule Language, PV-Wave, Embedded style language, Hermes (programming language), Napier88, Kojo (programming language), Charm (programming language), Cybil (programming language), LINGO (mathematical modeling language), Sibernetic flashcards
Programming languages

Programming languages

  • Scriptol
    Scriptol is an object-oriented programming language that allows users to declare an XML document as a class.
  • Type qualifier
    In the C, C++, and D programming languages, a type qualifier is a keyword that is applied to a type, resulting in a qualified type.
  • Compiled language
    A compiled language is a programming language whose implementations are typically compilers (translators that generate machine code from source code), and not interpreters (step-by-step executors of source code, where no pre-runtime translation takes place).
  • Interpreted language
    An interpreted language is a programming language for which most of its implementations execute instructions directly, without previously compiling a program into machine-language instructions.
  • Domain-specific language
    A domain-specific language (DSL) is a computer language specialized to a particular application domain.
  • APL (programming language)
    APL (named after the book A Programming Language) is a programming language developed in the 1960s by Kenneth E.
  • Java (programming language)
    Java is a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible.
  • Lisp (programming language)
    Lisp (historically, LISP) is a family of computer programming languages with a long history and a distinctive, fully parenthesized prefix notation.
  • Visual Basic
    Visual Basic is a third-generation event-driven programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft for its Component Object Model (COM) programming model first released in 1991 and declared legacy in 2008.
  • Context-sensitive grammar
    A context-sensitive grammar (CSG) is a formal grammar in which the left-hand sides and right-hand sides of any production rules may be surrounded by a context of terminal and nonterminal symbols.
  • Blue (programming language)
    Blue is a system for teaching object-oriented programming, developed at the University of Sydney, Australia.
  • Two-level grammar
    A two-level grammar is a formal grammar that is used to generate another formal grammar , such as one with an infinite rule set .
  • Address programming language
    The Address programming language (Russian: Адресный язык программирования) is one of the world's first high-level programming languages.
  • Swift (programming language)
    Swift is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc.
  • Dialect (computing)
    A dialect of a programming language or a data exchange language is a (relatively small) variation or extension of the language that does not change its intrinsic nature.
  • PL/M
    The PL/M programming language (an acronym of Programming Language for Microcomputers)is a high-level language developed by Gary Kildall in 1972 for Intel for its microprocessors.
  • Auto-lead Data Format
    Auto-lead Data Format (ADF) is an open XML-based standard specifically for communicating consumer purchase requests to automotive dealerships.
  • Scientific Vector Language
    SVL or Scientific Vector Language is a programming language created by Chemical Computing Group.
  • Flow chart language
    Flow chart language (FCL) is a simple imperative programming language designed for the purposes of explaining fundamental concepts of program analysis and specialization, in particular, partial evaluation.
  • Open Roberta
    Open Roberta is the name of a project within the German education initiative "Roberta—Learning with robots", initiated by Fraunhofer IAIS, which is an institute belonging to the Fraunhofer Society.
  • ThinBasic
    thinBasic is a BASIC-like computer programming language interpreter with a central core engine architecture surrounded by many specialized modules.
  • Jolie (programming language)
    Jolie (Java Orchestration Language Interpreter Engine) is an open-source programming language for developing distributed applications based on microservices.
  • Cameleon (programming language)
    Cameleon is a free and open source graphical language for functional programming, released under an MIT License.
  • Swift (parallel scripting language)
    Swift is an implicitly parallel programming language that allows writing scripts that distribute program execution across distributed computing resources, including clusters, clouds, grids, and supercomputers.
  • SLIP (programming language)
    SLIP is a list processing computer programming language, invented by Joseph Weizenbaum in the 1960s.
  • FX-87
    FX-87 is a polymorphic typed functional language based on a system for static program analysis in which every expression has two static properties: a type and an effect.
    In computing, the KOMPILER was one of the first language compilation and runtime systems for International Business Machines' IBM 701, the fastest commercial U.
  • Janus (time-reversible computing programming language)
    Janus is a time-reversible programming language written at Caltech in 1982.
  • Golo (programming language)
    Golo is a simple, dynamic, weakly-typed language for the JVM created in 2012 as part of the research activities of the DynaMid group of the Centre of Innovation in Telecommunications and Integration of service aka CITI Laboratory at INSA Lyon.
  • Milk (programming language)
    Milk is a programming language "that lets application developers manage memory more efficiently in programs that deal with scattered data points in large data sets.
  • Kinetic Rule Language
    Kinetic Rule Language (KRL) is a rule-based programming language for creating applications on the Live Web.
  • PV-Wave
    PV-WAVE (Precision Visuals - Workstation Analysis and Visualization Environment) is an array oriented 4GL programming language used by engineers, scientists, researchers, business analysts and software developers to build and deploy visual data analysis applications.
  • Embedded style language
    An embedded style language is a kind of computer language whose commands appear intermixed with those of a base language.
  • Hermes (programming language)
    Hermes is a language for distributed programming that was developed at IBM's Thomas J.
  • Napier88
    Napier88 is an orthogonally persistent programming language that was designed and implemented at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
  • Kojo (programming language)
    Kojo is a programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) for computer programming and learning.
  • Charm (programming language)
    Charm is a computer programming language devised in the early 1990s with similarities to the RTL/2, Pascal and C languages in addition to containing some unique features of its own.
  • Cybil (programming language)
    Cybil (short for the Cyber Implementation Language of the Control Data Network Operating System) was a Pascal-like language developed at Control Data Corporation.
  • LINGO (mathematical modeling language)
    LINGO is a mathematical modeling language designed for formulating and solving optimization problems, including linear, integer, and nonlinear programming problems.
  • Sibernetic
    Sibernetic is a fluid mechanics simulator developed for simulations of C.