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AML: Anil's Machine Language - Implements a simple, virtual register machine in C++, to make a portable, powerful, efficient way to solve mathematical problems. Its use is not limited to math, but that is its main use so far. Syntax is far easier than normal machine language as the instruction set is easy to learn and understand.
Algol-like Languages - This volume contains historical and foundational material, and works on language design.
CASL - Language for programming PDAs. Lets you describe a program in terms of graphical elements bound together by your code.
COX - C with Operator eXtension (FTP)
Elegant - Exploiting Lazy Evaluation for the Grammar Attributes of Non-Terminals: Imperative programming language inspired by abstraction mechanisms of modern functional languages, written in itself. Open source, GPL.
MCPL - a simple typeless language which is based on BCPL. It makes extensive use of pattern matching somewhat related to that used in ML and Prolog. Some other features come from C.
PILOT - Simple interpreted language designed for use in computer-assisted instruction (CAI), 3 implementations, IEEE-standard and open source version exist.
Quikcode - Free PC implementation of easy, yet powerful procedural IBM mainframe programming language Quikjob. Some uses: scanning files, making reports and quick utilities, converting files. For DOS 5.0 & up, Windows 3.1/95/98, Linux, Stratus VOS.
River - Streams on steroids: high productivity and flexibility procedure designer/environment; tiny applets made to be combined easily and flexibly. Coded in BASIC, C, MASM. Semantics are considered in its design, it is used like a language, but is not a normal language as nothing gets interpreted/compiled. Ronin Software Group.
TOP: Table Oriented Programming - Programming that puts tables first. Tables are a vital data representation method. In some applications they are central, almost all you need; far superior to standard APIs: smaller; faster; easier to write, understand, debug.
The XPL Programming Language - has PL/I-like syntax but its structure is close to the C.
The cT Programming Language and Environment - An algorithmic language like C, Pascal, Fortran, and Basic, but greatly enhanced by multimedia capabilities, including easy-to-use support for color graphics, mouse interactions, and even movies in QuickTime or Video for Windows format.
UniCOMAL - The site supplies and supports MacharSoft version of the COMAL programming language. It's classic imperative interpreted language, similar to BASIC but with a wider range of structures and facilities.
gema: general purpose macro processor - Text processing utility based on pattern matching. In general, it reads an input file and copies it to an output file, while performing certain transformations to data as specified by a set of patterns set by user. Can be used to do things done by Unix utilities cpp, grep, sed, awk, or strings, and as a macro processor, but is far more general than cpp or m4 because it imposes no syntax for what a macro call looks like. Unlike utilities like sed or awk, it can deal with patterns that span multiple lines, with nested constructs, and can use multiple sets of rules in different contexts.
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