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20-GATE; 2.PAK; 473L Query; 51forth; A#; A-0; a1; a56; Abbreviated Test Language for Avionics Systems; ABC; ABC ALGOL; ABCL/1; ABCL/c+; ABCL/R; ABCL/R2; ABLE; ABSET; abstract machine; Abstract Machine Notation; abstract syntax; Abstract Syntax Notation 1; Abstract-Type and Scheme-Definition Language; ABSYS; Accent; Acceptance, Test Or Launch Language; Access; ACOM; ACOS; ACT++; Act1; Act2; Act3; Actalk; ACT ONE; Actor; Actra; Actus; Ada; Ada++; Ada 83; Ada 95; Ada 9X; Ada/Ed; Ada-O; Adaplan; Adaplex; ADAPT; Adaptive Simulated Annealing; Ada Semantic Interface Specification; Ada Software Repository; ADD 1 TO COBOL GIVING COBOL; ADELE; ADES; ADL; AdLog; ADM; Advanced Function Presentation; Advantage Gen; Adventure Definition Language; ADVSYS; Aeolus; AFAC; AFP; AGORA; A Hardware Programming Language; AIDA; AIr MAterial COmmand compiler; ALADIN; ALAM; A-language; A Language Encouraging Program Hierarchy; A Language for Attributed Definitions; A Language with an Extensible Compiler; Alcool-90; ALCOR; Aldat; ALEF; ALEPH; Aleph; Alex; Alexis; Alfl; ALGEBRAIC; Algebraic Compiler and Translator; Algebraic Interpretive Dialogue; Algebraic Logic Functional language; Algebraic Specification Language; ALGOL 58; ALGOL 60; ALGOL 60 Modified; ALGOL 60 Revised; ALGOL 68; ALGOL 68C; ALGOL 68-R; ALGOL 68 Revised; ALGOL 68RS; ALGOL 68S; ALGOL C; ALGOL D; ALGOL N; ALGOL W; ALGOL X; ALGOL Y; ALgorithm DEScription; ALgorIthmic ASsembly language; Algorithmic Processor Description Language; ALGY; ALLOY; ALM; ALP; ALPHA; Alphard; ALPS; ALTAC; ALTRAN; Amanda; A Manufacturing Language; Amber; AMBIT; AMBIT/G; AMBIT/L; AMBIT/S; AMBUSH; AML/E; AMPL; AMPLE; Analog Hardware Design Language; ANCP; Andorra-I; Andorra Kernel Language; Andorra-Prolog; ANNotated Ada; ANSI C; ANSI Minimal BASIC; ANU ML; A PArse REquest Language; APL2; APLGOL; APPLE; AppleScript; Applesoft BASIC; Application Executive; applicative language; Applicative Language for Digital Signal Processing; APPLOG; A Programming Language; APT; APX III; AQL; Arctic; ARES; AREXX; Argus; Ariel; ARITH-MATIC; Arjuna; Array Processor Assembly Language; ART; ARTSPEAK; ASDO IMPlementation Language; ASF; A Simulation Process-Oriented Language; ASIS; ASL; ASL+; ASP; ASpecT; ASPEN; ASPIK; Aspirin; ASPLE; ASSEMBLY; Assembly Language; assembly language; Assembly Language Compiler; Assembly Language for Multics; Associative Memory Parallel Processing Language; Astral; AT-3; Atlas Autocode; Augmented Backus-Naur Form; A'UM; Austin Kyoto Common Lisp; Autocode; AUTOCODER; Autolisp; Automated Engineering Design; AUTOMATH; Automatically Programmed Tools; Automatische Rechenplanfertigung; AUTO-PROMPT; Autostat; Avalon/C++; Avalon/Common LISP; Avon; awk; AXIOM; Axiomatic Architecture Description Language; AXLE; B; B-0; Babbage; Backus-Naur Form; BALGOL; BALM; BAP; BASIC; Basic Assembly Language; Basic COBOL; Basic Fortran; Basic JOVIAL; Basic Language for Implementation of System Software; BCPL; BeBOP; Berkeley FP; Berkeley Logo; Bigloo; BinProlog; BioMeDical Package; BLISS-10; BLISS-11; BLISS-16C; BLISS-32; BLISS-36; Block Diagram Compiler; block-structured; BOEING; bon; Boxer; Brain Aid Prolog; Brainfuck; Bridgetalk; BSL; C; C#; C*; C++; C+-; C+@; C-10; C5; CAJOLE; Caltech Intermediate Form; CAML; candygrammar; Cantor; Categorical Abstract Machine Language; C/ATLAS; C-BC; CCITT HIgh-Level Language; CCP; CCS; CEll Space Simulation Language; Cellular; CELP; Ceres workstation Oberon System; CGOL; cgram; Ch; CHARITY; CHARM; CHARM++; Charme; Checkout Test language; CHI; CHILI; CHIP; CHIP-8; CHISEL; CHOCS; Chop; CIEL; Cigale; CIL; CIMS PL/I; CITRAN; CL; C Language Integrated Production System; Clarion; class; Classic-Ada; Class Oriented Ring Associated Language; Clausal Language; Clean; CLEAR; Clear Language for Expressing Orders; CLiCC; C++Linda; C-Linda; CLISP; CLIX; CLP*; CLP(R); CLP(sigma*); CLU; Cluster 86; CMS-2; CMU Common Lisp; CO2; COALA; COBOL-1961 Extended; Coco Language; Cocol/R; Code 2.0; Code-Generator Generator Language; C-odeScript; Cogent Prolog; Coherent Parallel C; COIF; COLD; ColdFusion Markup Language; COLD-K; COLINGO; COMIS; COMIT; COMIT II; Commercial Translator; COMmon Algorithmic Language; COmmon Business Oriented Language; Common ESP; Common Intermediate Language; Common Lisp; Common LISP in Parallel; Common LISP Object System; CommonLoops; Common Objects; Communicating Functional Processes; Communicating Sequential Processes; Compact COBOL; COmpiler and GENeralized Translator; COMPL; Compositional C++; Computational Fluid Dynamics; COMpute ParallEL; Computer Animation Movie Language; Computer Compiler; Computer Design Language; Computer Language for AeronauticS and Programming; COMSL; ConC; Concert/C; concrete syntax; CONCUR; Concurrent C; Concurrent C++; Concurrent Clean; Concurrent CLU; Concurrent Constraint Programming; Concurrent Euclid; Concurrent LISP; Concurrent Massey Hope; Concurrent ML; Concurrent Oberon; Concurrent Object-Oriented C; Concurrent Object-Oriented Language; Concurrent Pascal; Concurrent Prolog; Concurrent Scheme; ConcurrentSmalltalk; Concurrent SP/k; Connection Definition Language; Connection Machine LISP; CONNIVER; Constraint Handling In Prolog; ConstraintLisp; Consul; COntext Dependent Information Language; Control Language; Conversational LISP; CONVERT; CooL; CORBIE; core; Course Author Language; Coursewriter III; CParaOps5; C-Prolog; CSP; CWeb; CypherText; Darms; Dartmouth BASIC; Data/BASIC; DATACODE I; Data definition language; Data Driven Machine; Data Management Language; Data Manipulation Language; Dataparallel-C; Data Parallel Haskell; Data Structures Language; DATATRIEVE; dBASE; DBC; DBPL; DC; DDL; DDM; De Bruijn notation; declarative language; definitional constraint programming; Delphi; Delta; Denotational Semantics Language; Descriptive Intermediate Attributed Notation for Ada; DETOL; Digital Signal Processing Language; Digital Simulation Language; Dijkstra's guarded command language; DIMATE; Directed Oc; Directly Executable Test Oriented Language; Disiple; Dislang; display; Distributed Logic Programming; DLP; DML; Document Object Model; domain-specific language; DOUGLAS; d-Prolog; DPS; DRAGOON; DSL; DUAL-607; Dyalog APL; Dynamic Data Exchange; Dynamic HTML; DYnamic LANguage; DYnamics ANAlyzer; dynamic scope; E; Early PL/I; EBASIC; EBNF; ECL; ECMAScript; Eden; Eden Programming Language; EDL; Eforth; E-Forth; Eiffel; element; ELI; ELISP; Ellie; ELMAGUIDE; ELSIE; EM-1; Emacs Lisp; Embedded Lisp Interpreter; emTeX; EPSILON; Equational Programming Language; Erlang; ESCAPE; ETHER; Euclid; Event Description Language; EXEC; EXEC 2; Executive Systems Programming Oriented Language; expect; eXperimental LISP; Experimental Programming Language; Experiment Description Language; Extended Affix Grammar; Extended ALGOL; Extended Backus-Naur Form; Extended C++; Extended Concurrent Prolog; Extended Self-containing Prolog; Extended Systems Modelling Language; Extended Tcl; ExTendible Compiler; Extensible Markup Language; Extension Language Kit; Facile; FAIR; FAP; FAST; Faster LEX; FC; fifth generation language; first generation; first-order logic; Fjolnir; FL; F+L; FLAIR; Flavors; FLEX; Flex 2; FLIP-SPUR; FLUB; FOCUS; Formal Object Role Modeling Language; Formes; FORML; formula; FORTH; Fortran; Fortran Automatic Symbol Translator; Fortran Matrix Abstraction Technique Fortran; FORTRANSIT; Fortrash; fourth generation language; FQL; FrameKit; Franz Lisp; Fredette's Operating System Interface Language; Fresco; Fresh; Fugue; Fully Automated Compiling Technique; functional database; functional language; functional program; functional programming language; Function Graph Language; FutureBasic; FX-90; G; Gabriel; Galaxy; Gambit; GAMMA; Gauss; gawk; GCOS Macro Assembler Program; GECOM; General Purpose Macro-generator; generic identifier; Genken Programming Language; GEORGE; GHC; Glasgow Haskell Compiler; GLOW; GLU; glue language; Gnat; GNU C; GNU Smalltalk; Goedel; Gofer; Goffin; grammar; grammar analysis; Graphic ALGOL; Graphics Language Object System; Graph-Oriented Object Database; Green; GSBL; GSPL; Guarded Horn Clauses; GW-BASIC; HALGOL; Hal/S; Handel; Hardware Description Language; Haskell; Haskell B; Haskell User's Gofer System; HASL; HELP; HERAKLIT; Hermes; Hewlett-Packard Graphics Language; HIBOL; Hierarchical Music Specification Language; High Performance Fortran; Hope; Hope+; Hope+C; Hungarian Notation; IBEX; ICI; Icon; Icon-Based Parser Generation System 2; IC Prolog II; IDEA; Idealized CSP; Idealized Instruction Set; IDL; IDMS; IF1; IF2; IFDL; IIS; ILIAD; Illinois Functional Programming; imc; IMP; imperative language; IMPlementation language; IMProved Mercury autocode; Ina Jo; [incr Tcl]; Industrial Robot Language; infix notation; Instruction Set Processor; INTELLECT; Interactive Data analysis Language; Interactive Data Entry/Access; INTERCAL; INTERCOM; Interlisp; Intermediate Programming Language; Internal Translator; Internet Foundation Classes; Interpretive Menu Processor; Iota; IRL; Irvine Dataflow; ISBL; ISWIM; IT; JAM Programming Language; Java; Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition; Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition; Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition; Java 2 Software Development Kit; Java Development Kit; Java Run-Time Environment; JavaScript; Java Virtual Machine; JAZ; jc; JCOOL; JCS-13; JEAN; Job Control Language; JOHNNIAC Open Shop System; Jossle; JOVIAL; Joy; JPL; Kaleidoscope; Kamin's interpreters; Kent Recursive Calculator; kernel; Kernel Parlog; Kevo; KFX; Knowledge Query and Manipulation Language; KOMPILER; K&R C; KRS; KRYPTON; Kvikkalkul; Kyoto Common Lisp; L0; LADY; Lambda Prolog; language; Language for Communicating Systems; Language for the On-Line Investigation and Transformation of Abstractions; Language Of Temporal Ordering Specification; Laning and Zierler; LAPSE; LARCH/CLU; LaTeX; LAURE; Lazy Standard ML; LEAF; Leda; Leo; Lex; lexical analyser; Liana; LIFE; Linc; Linda; Lisp; LISP Extended Algebraic Facility; Lispkit; LISP Machine LISP; Logic Design Language; Logic for Computable Functions; logic programming; Loglan'82; Loglan-88; LOGO; Lolli; LOM; LOOPN; Lotus Notes Formula Language; LotusScript; LOWL; low-level language; LPC; LPI; Lucinda; Lucy; Lund Simula; Mac-1; machine code; Macintosh Common Lisp; MacLisp; MAD; Mad/1; Magma2; MagmaLISP; MAINBOL; Manchester Autocode; Mandala; MANTIS; Marlais; Marseille Prolog; Mary; Massey Hope; Mathematics in Recognizable Form Automatically Compiled; MATLAB; MATRIX MATH; mawk; MC; M-Code; Mentat; MEROON; META; Meta Class System; Meta-Vlisp; Methods; Michigan Algorithm Decoder; Micro Assembly Language; Microsoft Basic; Microwave Hardware Description Language; MIIS; MIMIC; Miranda; MISHAP; MITILAC; MIT Scheme; MJS; ML/I; Mode; MODEL; modelling language; MODSIM; Modula-2; MODUlar LAnguage; MONSTR; MooZ; Moxie; MPL; MPPL; MSG.84; MswLogo; MUCAL; Multi-BinProlog; multiC; MultiLisp; MUMPS; MU-Prolog; Muse; Music; MuSimp; My Favourite Toy Language; MYSTIC; NESL; .NET framework; NEW Programming language; nML; NOMAD; nroff; NYAP; Oaklisp; Oberon; Oberon-2; OBJ3; Object Constraint Language; Objectionable-C; Objective C; Objective CAML; Objective Modula-2; Object Lisp; Object-Oriented Fortran; Object-oriented SQL; Object-Oriented Turing; Object Pascal; Oblog; Oc; occam; occam 2; OCL; Octave; Office By Example; Official Production System; Ontic; Operator Control Language; OPS; OPS5; Orient84/K; O'small; Ousterhout's dichotomy; overloading; OWHY; OWL; Ox; PaiLisp; PAL; Pam; Pandora; Parallaxis; Parallel C; Parallel Fortran; Parallel Haskell; Parallel Pascal; PARSEC; parser; Pascal; Pascal-P; Pascal Plus; PAT; PC; P-code; PC-TILES; PDIL; PDL2; PDP Assembly Language; PEARL; Pepper; Perl; Perl5; Personalized Array Translator; PFE; PFL; pForth; pidgen+; PILE; PINBOL; PL-11; PL-6; Pla; PLAN; Plankalk├╝l; PLAY; PL/I; PL/I-FORMAC; pm2; Polka; Poly; POLYGOTH; Poly/ML; polymorphic lambda-calculus; POP; Pop-11; PopTalk; port; Portable Forth Environment; Portable Standard Lisp; postfix notation; PostScript; PowerFuL; PP96; PPLambda; P-Prolog; prefix notation; PRINT; Problem Statement Language/Problem Statement Analyser; PROC; procedural language; Procedural Language/SQL; Process and Experiment Automation Real-Time Language; Process Design Language 2; Processor System Modeling Language; PROCOL; PROgrammed Graph REwriting Systems; PROgrammer's Microapplication Language; programming language; Programming Language/Cornell; Programming Language/Systems; Prograph; PROGRES; Prolog/Mali; Prometheus; Pronet; Proposition of a Language Useable for Structured Specifications; PS; PS 440; pSather; PSL; purely functional language; Python; Q; Qbasic; Qlambda; QPE; Query By Example; QUICK; Quintus Prolog; RAISE Specification Language; Rapidly Extensible Language, English; Rapidwrite; RASP; RATFIV; RATional Fortran; Rationalized C; RAWOOP-SNAP; read-eval-print loop; Real-Time Common Design Language; Real-Time Pascal; Recursive Functional Algorithmic Language; Redcode; REDUCE; RefLisp; relational language; REPL; Representation Language Language; Restricted EPL; Restructured EXtended eXecutor; Retrieve; RLL; Rocky Mountain Basic; Rosette; RTL; RTL/1; Ruby; RUSH; Russell; S; S3; SAIL; SAINT; SAL; SAP; SAS; SASL; Sather; Sather-K; SCALLOP; Schelog; Scheme-to-C; SCL; SCM; Scratchpad I; Screenwrite; script; scripting language; second generation; Second-Order Lambda-calculus; SEESAW; Self; sgmls; SHADOW; Shared Time Repair of Big Electronic Systems; Sharp APL; SHELL; Short Code; SIGNAL; Simone; Simple Actor Language; SIMULA; SIMULA 67; SIMULA I; SIMulation ANalysis; Simulation Language for Alternative Modeling; Simulation Oriented Language; single assignment language; siod; SIR; SISAL; SITBOL; Skim; SLAM; S-Lang; SLLIC; Smalltalk; Smalltalk-80; SmallWorld; SMIL; SNAP; SNOBOL4; SOAP; Software Writer's Language; SOL; source code; SPARK; SPARK Annotation Language; SPARKS; SPECIAL; Speedcoding; Speedcoding 3; Spice Lisp; SP/k; SPLX; Spool; SQL; SQL2; SQL3; SQR; Square; Squeak; SR; SSL; STAB; STAC; Standard Generalized Markup Language; Standard ML; St Andrews Static Language; Stanford Artificial Intelligence Language; STAPLE; Staple; Statistical Analysis System; Sticks&Stones; STk; Storage Allocation and Coding Program; STring Oriented Interactive Compiler; String Oriented Symbolic Language; String PRocessING language; Student PL/I; sublanguage; Super Pascal; Symbolic Assembler Program; SYMBOLIC ASSEMBLY; Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program; Symbolic Optimum DEUCE Assembly Program; SYMPL; SYN; Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language; syntax; Syntax-Case; Syntax/Semantic Language; syntax tree; System Control Language; TABLOG; TABSOL; TACPOL; tag; TALL; TAO; TDF; TELCOMP; Ten15; TenDRA; TeX-78; TeX-82; Text Processing Utility; Text Reckoning And Compiling; TFDL; Theseus; third generation language; Thomas; Thread Language Zero; TILE Forth; Tinman; Tiny BASIC; Tiny Basic Interpreter Language; TL/I; Tool Command Language; Toronto Euclid; Toy/Ada; toy language; Toyohashi University Parallel Lisp Environment; TrafoLa; Transaction Application Language; TRANSCODE; TRANSIT; TRANS-USE; Trilogy; TRON; True BASIC; Turbo C; Turbo C++; Turbo Pascal; Turingol; Twente Compiler Generator System; TypedProlog; TYPOL; UFO; UGLIAC; Ulm's Modula-2 System; ULP; Unicode; Unified Modeling Language; UNIQUE; USAModSim; USE; User Interface Language; utility-coder; UTOPIST; VAL; Vector C; VECTRAN; Verilog; Very Long Instruction Word; Vincennes LISP; Virtual Reality Modeling Language; Visual BASIC; Visual BASIC Script; Visual dBASE; visual programming language; VisualWorks; Vlisp; VSCM; VULCAN; Watcom C/C++; WAVE; WEB; Which Stands For Nothing; White Book; WRITEACOURSE; X-1; XDL; Xilinx Netlist Format; XML User-Interface Language; XPOP; XScheme; x-scm; Yale Haskell; YAML Ain't Markup Language; Yerk; Yet Another Compiler Compiler; Yet Another Scheme Object System; Z; Z++; ZAP; ZERO; Zero and Add Packed; ZetaLisp; Zipcode; ZOPL; ZUSE; Zuse;