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A

    • A+: 2001 Similar to APL.
    • A#. Object oriented, functional programming language, now replaced by Aldor.
    • Abap. Advanced Business Application Programming. Cobol-like programming language for Sap web application servers.
    • Abc.
    • Action! Compiler design programming language, as Micro-SPL.
    • ActionScript. 2004. Version of ECMAScript for Flash.
    • Actor. 1986. Programming language and also a concept for language design (actor oriented).
    • Ada. 1983.
    • Afnix. 1998 Functional, formerly Aleph.
    • Aldor.
    • Aleph. See Afnix.
    • Algae. Interpreted language for numerical analysis.
    • Algo. Algebraic programming language.
    • Algol. 1958. Followed by Algol 60, Algol W (Wirth) and Algol 68. Has inspired Pascal.
    • Alma-0. Imperative and logical programming language.
    • Alphard. 1974 Name of the brightest star in Hydra. Pascal-like.
    • Altran. 1968. Fortran variant.
    • AmigaE. Language inspired by Ada, C++, Lisp.
    • Ampl. Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming.
    • Anubis. 2000. Functional, not ML, language.
    • ApeScript.
    • Apl. 1962. A Programming Language Compiler FAQ.
    • AppleScript. 1993. English-like scripting language.
    • APT. Automatically Programmed Tool. High-level language for numerically controlled machines.
    • Argos. Synchronous language.
    • ARS. Abstraction, Reference and Synthesis. An orientation. Inspired programming languages. An ARS++ compiler exists.
    • AspectJ. Java implementation of Aspect oriented programming. Compiler Development
    • Assembly.
    • ATLAS. Several minor languages with this name.
    • Autocode. 1952. Several versions of this primitive historical language.
    • AutoIt. Automation language. Originally for scripting Windows applications, now more general.
    • Averest. Synchronous language, replaced by Quartz.
    • Awk. 1978. See also gawk, nawk, mawk.
    • Axiom. Computer Algrebra System, actually a set of tools that uses the A# language.

B

    • B. 1969.
    • Bash. Bourne-Again shell. Actually an interpreter for Bourne shell.
    • Basic. 1964.
    • BAL. Assembly language for the IBM 360.
    • Bcpl. 1966. Basic Combined Programming Language. Compiler. Inspired B which in turn inspired C.
    • BeanShell.
    • Beta.
    • Bigwig.
    • Bistro. 1999 Smaltalk and Java like.
    • Bliss.
    • Boo. 2004.
    • Bourne shell. (sh) 1978. Language of commands for Unix.
    • Bpel. Business Process Execution Language

C

    • C. 1972.
    • C–. Portable intermediate language. Subset of C.
    • C++. 1980. The standard is C++ 98 and C++ 09 should succeed in 2009.
    • C#. 2000.
    • C Shell.
    • Caché ObjectScript. Procedural language with database functions. Compatible with Mumps.
    • Caml. Categorical Abstract Machine Language.
    • Cayenne. Functionnal, near Haskell with Java features.
    • Cecil. 1992 Near Modula and Objective C.
    • CeeBot.
    • CFScript. JavaScript part of ColdFusion. See also CFML.
    • Cg.
    • Charity. Functional and categorical programming language.
    • CHILL. Language for telecommunications. Chill 96 is object oriented and generic.
    • CHR. Constraint Handling Rules.
    • Chrome.
    • ChucK. Multimedia concurrent language.
    • Cilk. Multi-threaded and concurrent based on C.
    • Clarion.
    • Clean. Concurrent Clean.
    • Clipper. 1984.
    • CLIPS. C Language Integrated Production System. See Cool.
    • CLOS. See Common Lisp.
    • Clu. Has inspired Ruby.
    • Cobol. 1959. COmmon Business Oriented Language. Inspired by Flow-matic, Fortran. ANSI standards are Cobol 58, 74, 85 and 2002 object oriented.
    • CobolScript.
    • Code. Visual parallel programming system.
    • ColdFusion. 2001. Java compatible combination of CFScript and CFML, used for dynamic web processing.
    • Comal. 1973.
    • CIL. Common Intermediate Language.
    • Common Lisp.
    • Component Pascal.- See Oberon.
    • Comit.- List or string processing language
    • Cool.
    • Coral66.
    • Corn.
    • Cowsel. See POP1.
    • CPL. Predecessor of BCPL.
    • Csh. See C Shell.
    • Curl.
    • Curry.
    • Cyclone.

D

    • D. 2000.
    • Databus. See PL/B.
    • Dark Basic. Language for game creation.
    • Datalog. Actually a deductive tool using Prolog.
    • DCL. Digital Command Language. Scripting PL used on Digital computers.
    • Delphi. 1995. Created by Borland, now at Embarcadero.
    • Dibol.
    • Disco. 1992.
    • Dylan. 1992. DYNamic LANguage. Unlike Perl, only one way to do a thing.

E

    • E. See also AmigaE.
    • Ease. See Csp and Linda.
    • EcmaScript. 1997.
    • Edinburgh IMP. See IMP.
    • Eiffel. 1986.
    • Elan. 1974
    • elastiC.
    • Emacs Lisp.
    • EGL. Enterprise Generation Language
    • Epigram. A concurrent P. L.
    • Erlang. 1998. ERicsson LANguage and also Agner Krarup Erlang. Functional, concurrent PL and runtime.
    • Escapade. Server-side programming
    • Esterel.
    • Euclid.
    • Euphoria. 1993. Typed scripting interpreted language.
    • Euler. Successor to Algol 60. Dynamically typed.
    • Exec. See Rexx.

F

    • F.
    • F#.
    • Factor. 2003.
    • Felix.
    • Ferite.
    • FL.
    • Flow-Matic. 1954.
    • Focal.
    • Focus.
    • Foil.
    • Forth. 1977. FOuRTH. Stack oriented. Used to command machines including boot of computers.
    • Fortran. 1957. FORmula TRANSlator. Standard Fortran II (58), IV (61), 66, 77 (Procedural), 90, 95, 2003 (Object oriented). Language for scientific computations. Other dialects are S-Fortran, SFtran, QuickTran, LTRTran, HPF, Co-Array Fortran.
    • Fortress. Designed for high performance computing.
    • FP.
    • Frink.

G

    • G.
    • Gams. General Algebraic Modeling System.
    • Gml. Game Maker Language.
    • Go. Created by Google, is C and Pascal-like. It is concurrent with a garbage collector.
    • Godiva.
    • Goedel.
    • GPSS.
    • Groovy. Scripting language for Java.

H

    • Hal/S. Real-time aerospace programming language
    • HaScript.
    • Haskell. 1990. Functional language. Haskell 98 follows. In 2002 version a lazy functional language.Compiler.
    • Heron.
    • HLA. High Level Assembly
    • Hugo.
    • HyperTalk. Hypernext and Supercard are Hypercard-like tools.
    • H2o.

I

    • IAL. 1958.
    • ICI.
    • Icon. 1977-79.
    • IDL. 1977. Interface Definition Language. A family of descriptives languages. Compiler.
    • IMP.
    • Inform.
    • IPL. 1956. Information Processing Language. First in list processing but replaced by Lisp.
    • Intercal. 1972.
    • IO.
    • Iswim. 1966.

J

    • J. 1990. Is a rework of APL.
    • Jade.
    • Jal.
    • Janus. Predecessor of Toontalk.
    • Java. 1994.
    • JavaFX Script. 2008.
    • JavaScript. 1996.
    • JCL.
    • Join Java. Augmented version of Java.
    • Joss. 1963. Predecessor of Mumps.
    • Joule.
    • Jovial. Jules Own Version of the International Algorithmic Language.
    • Joy.
    • JSP. See Java.
    • JScript. See EcmaScript.
    • Jython. See Python.

K

    • K.
    • Kid. See P-Tac.
    • Kiev.
    • Kogut.
    • Krypton.

L

    • LabView.
    • Lagoona.
    • Lava.
    • Leda.
    • Leopard.
    • Lexico.
    • Lfyre.
    • Limbo. Concurrent langage, for distributed applications on the Inferno OS. Successor to Alef.
    • Linc.
    • Lingo. Several languages: Macromedia Lingo, Lingo Allegro, Linn Lingo, Lindo Lingo.
    • Lisaac.
    • Lisp. 1958. LISt Processing.
    • Logo. 1966-68. Lisp without parenthesis. Learn programming by moving a graphical turtle.Compiler. (.Net)
    • Lua. 1993. (Moon in portuguese). Scripting C-like language used mainly as extension to C.
    • Lucid.
    • Lush.
    • Lustre.
    • LYaPAS.

M

    • M from Microsoft. Modeling language.
    • M. See Mumps.
    • M4.
    • MAD. See IAL, Algol.
    • Magma.
    • Maple.
    • Mary.
    • Mathematica. 1988. Programming language that uses algebraic notation for expressions.
    • Matlab.
    • Mercury. 1995. Functional logic programming language. Ported to C, Java, IL (.Net).
    • Mesa.
    • Metal.
    • MicroScript.
    • Mimic.
    • Miranda. 1989. Functional language, has inspired Haskell.
    • Miva.
    • Mixal. “Mix Assembly Language” for the Mix computer of Donald Knuth.
    • ML.
    • Moby.
    • Modula-2. 1980.
    • Modula-3. 1989.
    • Mondrian. Haskell-like.
    • Mortran. See Fortran.
    • Moto.
    • MSIL. See CIL.
    • Mumps. 1967. Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System. Database oriented language.

N

    • Napier 88. Persistent language.
    • Nemerle.
    • Nesl.
    • NetRexx. 1996.
    • Ngl.
    • Nial.
    • Nice.
    • Nickle.
    • Noop. 2009. Java-like language designed by Google to syntactically encourage good coding practices and discouraging the worst offenses.
    • Nu. 2007. Near Lisp and Ruby.
    • Nosica.

O

    • o:Xml.
    • Oberon. 1985-88. (Moon of Uranus). Reflective language. Derived from Modula-2.
    • Objective-C. 1982. C plus Smalltalk, used in GNUStep environment.
    • Objective Caml. 1996. ML-derived, functional and imperative language. Extends Caml.
    • Objective J. 2008. Sur-ensemble de JavaScript utilisant la librairie Ojective-C.
    • Objective Modula 2. 2006. Combination of Objective-C, Smalltalk and Modula 2.
    • Obliq.
    • OCaml. See Objective Caml above.
    • Occam. (Occam-Pi, occam-π)
    • Octave. For numerical computation.
    • Opal.
    • OPL. Open (or Organizer) Programming Language.
    • Ops5.
    • Orc. A language for distributed and concurrent programming, working through sites. May be used for Web scripting.
    • Oz.

P

    • Pascal. 1968-71. Name of a french mathematician.
    • PBasic.
    • Perl. 1987.
    • PHP. 1995. Personal Home Page Hypertext Processor. PHP 5 in 2004. PHP 6 in 2007.
    • Pico.
    • Pike.
    • Pilot.
    • Pizza.
    • PL 11.
    • PL/0.
    • PL/B.
    • PL/C. Subset of PL/1
    • PL/I. 1964. Programming Language One.
    • PL/M.
    • Plankalkül. 1946.
    • Pliant.
    • Pop-11.
    • Poplog.
    • Portran.
    • Pov-Ray.
    • Processing.
    • Profan.
    • Prograph.
    • Prolog.
    • Proteus.
    • P-Tac. Parallel language.
    • Python. 1991. Scripting interpreted language.

Q

    • Q.
    • QuakeC. Version of C for the Quake game.
    • QML. Or QPL. Set of programming languages for quantum computers.
    • QML. Declarative language to design user interfaces, similar to JavaFX, for Qt.

R

    • R. 1998. Language and environment for statistical computation and graphics. Derived from the S language it is near Scheme.
    • R++. C++ with rules added.
    • Rascal. Version of Pascal for kids.
    • Ratfiv. Version of Ratfor for a computer.
    • Ratfor. 1975. Version of Fortran.
    • RC. Rc shell, Plan9 command language ported further to Unix.
    • Realbasic.
    • Rebol. 1997. Relative Expression Based Object Language. Dynamic language with numerous predefined types.
    • Refal. 1968. REcursive Functions Algorithmic Language.
    • Revolution. Version of Hypertalk.
    • RPG. 1960+ Report Program Generator. Query tool extended in a programming language for IBM. Main versions are RPG II, RPG III, RPG/400, RPG IV.
    • RPL. Langage for calculators similar to Forth.
    • Rexx. 1979. REstructured eXtended eXecutor. Designed for IBM OS scripting but ported on other platforms.
    • Rigal.
    • Rlab.
    • RSL. Robot Scripting Language.
    • Ruby. 1995 Follows a “principle of least surprise”, each thing must be intuitive. Scripting, multi-paradigm, object oriented.

S

    • S. (S-plus) See Tinn-R. The R framework hold an implementation.
    • S2.
    • S-Lang.
    • Sail. Stanford Artificial Intelligence Language
    • SAM76. Implementation of Trac.
    • SAS. Fortran specialized in statistical reports.
    • Sather. Eiffel-like language.
    • Scala. 2004.
    • Scheme. 1975.
    • Scriptol. 2001 Object oriented and XML oriented. Interpreter, PHP compiler.
    • Sed. Stream EDitor.
    • Seed7. 2005.
    • Self. 1993.
    • SETL. Has inspired ABC, predecessor of Python.
    • Short Code. 1949. Precursor of programming languages.
    • SimsScript. Fortran specialized in mathematical simulations.
    • Simmunity. Language for Internet based on APL
    • Simula. 1962.
    • SISAL. Streams and Iteration in a Single Assignment Language
    • Slate.
    • Slip. Symmetric LIst Processor. Actually an extension to fortran and other programming languages.
    • Smalltalk.
    • Snobol. 1962. Snobol 3 (1965), 4 (1966).
    • SOAP. Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program, IBM 650 assembly language.
    • Spitbol. SPeedy ImplemenTation of snobOL. Actually a compiled version of Snobol.
    • Snowball.
    • SPARK.
    • SP/k. Subset of PL/1, used for teaching.
    • SPL.
    • Squeak.
    • SR. Synchronizing Resources
    • SSL.
    • Standard ML.
    • Subtext.
    • SuperCollider.
    • SuperX++. 2001. XML language.
    • SyncCharts.
    • Synergy/DE.

T

    • T. 1980+ A version of Lisp.
    • TACL. Tandem Advanced Command Language. Scripting language used by Hewlett-Packard.
    • Tacpol. Implementation of PL/I, was used by US army.
    • TADS. Text Adventure Development System. A language to make games.
    • TAL. Transaction Application Language, cross between C and Pascal used for Tandem computers.
    • Transcript. Voir Revolution.
    • Tcl. 1988. Tool Command Language. Tk is the graphical toolkit.
    • Telcomp. 1965. Derived from Joss, conversationnal language used on PDP computers until 1974. Influenced Mumps.
    • Tempo.
    • Tinn-r.
    • Titanium.
    • TI-Basic.Basic-like language for calculators.
    • Tom.
    • Tpu. Scripting programming language for VAX/VMS (not verified).
    • Trac. 1960+. Text Reckoning And Compiling.
    • TTCN-3. Testing and Test Control Notation. Formerly: “Tree and Tabular Combined Notation”.
    • Turing. 1982. Pascal-like, derived from Euclid.
    • Tutor. 1965. CAI programming language.
    • TXL. 1988. Derived from Turing above.

U

    • Ubercode. 2005. Cross between Eiffel and Basic.
    • Unicon. Unified Extended Dialect of Icon.
    • UnrealScript. Scripting games.
    • UML. Unified Modeling Language. Visual programming language.

V

    • Verilog HDL. A hardware description language.
    • VHDL. VHSIC Hardware Description Language.
    • VDS. Visual DialogScript.
    • Virt. Pascal-like with Prolog features, for Artificial Intelligence problem solving. Interpreter.
    • Visual Basic. 1991.
    • Visual Basic .NET.
    • VBScript.Visual Basic Script Edition.

W

    • Water. XML-embedded programming language.
    • Winbatch. Scripting language for Windows.
    • Whitespace. Actually a joke, an “esoteric” programming language, but with a real interpreter!

X

    • XOTcl. Object oriented version of TCL.
    • XPL. 1967. Derived from PL/I, for compiler writing.
    • XL. Implements concept programming.

Y

    • YAFL.
    • Yorick. Language for scientific calculations and simulations.

Z

    • Z notation. Visual specification of programs like UML.
    • ZPL.
    • ZOPL. (Not verified)
    • ZUG. (Not verified)

Markup languages and data formats

    • CFML. ColdFusion Markup Language.
    • EmotionML. An XML dialect for representing emotions, by the W3C..
    • HTML. HyperText Markup Language.
    • PostScript. 1985.
    • Protocol Buffers. By Google, became open in 2008.
    • RDF. Resource Description Framework.
    • SGML. 1969.
    • SVG. Scalable Vector Graphic.
    • Tex.
    • XAML. eXtensible Application Markup Language.
    • XBL. eXtensible Bindings Language. For widget creating in Xml based languages.
    • Xforms. Web graphical interactive user interface.
    • XHTML. XML HTML.
    • XML. eXtensible Markup Language.
    • XUL. XML-based User interface Language.

Query or database oriented languages

    • Aubit-4GL. See Informix.
    • D4 or Dataphor. Based on Tutorial D.
    • Dataflex. 1980. Database programming language.
    • dBase. programming language.
    • Hypertalk. 1987. Card language for Apple.
    • Informix-4GL. 4GL means for fourth generation specialized language. Informix is specialized in databases and reports.
    • pl/SQL. SQL extension.
    • SQL. 1987. Structured Query Language.
    • Tutorial D.
    • Visual Foxpro. Derived from dBase.
    • xBaseScript. (xbScript) Clipper database scripting.

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