Programming Languages

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Linear Type System - Programming Languages
... The following programming languages support linear (or affine) types ATS Clean Mercury Rust LinearML Alms F* ...
SXML - Motivation
... XML data processing languages suggested by the W3 Consortium, such as XPath, XSLT, XQuery (without XQuery Scripting) etc ... the relational database field, are not general-purpose programming languages and are thus not sufficient for implementing complete applications ... are implemented by means of traditional programming languages, such as C and Java or scripting languages, for example, Perl, JavaScript and Python ...
Top Type - Support in Programming Languages
... Several typed programming languages provide explicit support for the top type ... Note that in statically-typed languages, there are two different, often confused, concepts when discussing the top type ... class hierarchy (often relevant in object-oriented programming) or type hierarchy it is often possible to create objects with this actual (runtime) type, or it could ...
List Of Educational Programming Languages - Children
... AgentSheets formed the basis for LegoSheets a programming language for the Lego Mindstorms ... Alice is a free programming software designed to teach event driven object oriented programming to children ... create interactive stories using a modern IDE interface with and a drag and drop style of programming ...
SHINE Expert System
... and to be utilized by non-LISP applications written in conventional programming languages such as C and C++ ... on remote computers or on a computer that supports multiple programming languages ... a variety of software modules based on artificial intelligence concepts and advanced programming techniques ...

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