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 Forth programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Programming is done by extending the language with words (the term used for Forth subroutines), which become part of the language once defined.
Forth programming style uses very few named data objects compared with other languages; typically such data objects are used to contain data which is used by a number of words or tasks (in a multitasked implementation).
The language is still used in many embedded systems (small computerized devices) today for three main reasons: efficient memory use, shortened development time, and fast execution speed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forth_programming_language

  
 CSCI524 Programming Language Principles
Orthogonality in a programming language means that a relatively small set of primitive constructs can be combined in a relatively small number of ways to build the control and data structures of the language.
The semantics of a programming language is a function from programs to answers.
Languages are classified as low level if they are close to machine code and high level if each language statement corresponds to many machine code instructions (though this could also apply to a low level language with extensive use of macros, in which case it would be debatable whether it still counted as low level).
www.weijondin.org /notes/PROG/PROG.htm

  
 Everything in: Forth Programming Language Overview
It also offers a stand-alone programming environment consisting of a stack oriented interactive incremental interpreter/compiler.
The Forth programming language was developed by Chuck Moore during the 1960's and was later formalized as a programming language in 1977, standarized by ANSI in 1994.
The Forth programming language has been popular as a development language for embedded systems and as a vehicle for instrument control.
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 Computer Programming Languages - G
One of the earliest programming languages, stack-oriented, used reverse Polish notation.
language for matrices and generation of mathematical programming reports.
A machine-like language for the representation and interpretation of attributed grammars.
www.heuse.com /g.htm

  
 Stack-oriented programming language
An stack-oriented programming languages is one relies on a stack-machine model for passing parameters.
This article is a substub, the first step on the way to becoming a full article.
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 npiet - an interpreter and editor for the piet programming language
In this stack oriented language the color areas represent numbers and changes in the color decide what to do - eg.
npiet-foogol is a translator from the foogol programming language to the piet programming language.
- the foogol programming language (there is a link to the cfoogol posting too).
www.bertnase.de /npiet

  
 Language Oriented Programming Lambda the Ultimate
The language is a postfix language, where relations have a specific arity and apply to the top levels of concepts on the stack.
Plenty of times I've been surprised to find that a language [on edit: that should be "library," of course] had hidden state, unexpected semantics with respect to the ordering of function calls, or complex rules about initialization of values.
With conventional programming this is simple, and the programming effort goes into solving the given problem.
lambda-the-ultimate.org /node/view/377

  
 The Sather Language: Efficient, Interactive, Object-Oriented Programming
One way of placing it in the "space of languages" is to say that it aims to be as efficient as C, C++, or Fortran, as elegant and safe as Eiffel or CLU, and to support interactive programming and higher-order functions as well as Common Lisp, Scheme, or Smalltalk.
The issues which make object-oriented programming important in a serial setting are even more important in parallel programming.
Sather is an object oriented language which aims to be simple, efficient, interactive, safe, and non-proprietary.
www.icsi.berkeley.edu /~sather/Publications/article.html

  
 The Concatenative Language XY
The Concatenative Language XY The Concatenative Language XY XY is a family of array-oriented, concatenative programming languages with first-class continuations.
That is, _x is the stack after the items matching names in the template have been popped, _y is the queue after the pattern has been popped, and _z is the pattern being processed.
continue/cc sets the new stack to the old stack, takes n elements from the top of what was the new stack, and sets the new queue to the old queue.
www.nsl.com /k/xy/xy.htm

  
 The Esoteric Programming Languages Ring
Stack Oriented Calculus Kernel in Z is a Forth like programming language, able to handle huge relative integers.
GOTO++ is an object and abject oriented programming language, with GOTOs and multithreading.
Lambda is a new programming language that combines a sort of lambda calculus with a neumann architecture.
b.webring.com /hub?ring=esolang

  
 Volker Elling: HCI final exam part 2
In addition to a discussion of general ideas (some of which are presented in [1]), references to specific tool support (programming languages and user-interface toolkits) and implementation examples are given in order to provide an overview over the many paradigms and tools for user-interface implementation.
Choosing the programming languages for an interface implementation is an important decision.
The programming facilities could be used to support fast creation of complex drawing while the user interface can be used for simple drawings and also for convenient input of point positions to the programming engine.
www.cc.gatech.edu /classes/cs6751_97_fall/projects/gacha/elling-final.html

  
 Suneido - Programming Language
Suneido could be called a "pure" object-oriented language in the sense that all values (including literals) are "objects" that can have methods.
Like Java, Suneido compiles to a stack oriented "byte code" which is then interpreted.
However, unlike some object-oriented languages such as Smalltalk or Java, Suneido has standalone functions as well as methods in classes.
www.suneido.com /language.htm

  
 Stack Computers: BIBLIOGRAPHY
Wirth, N. (1987) Hardware architectures for programming languages and programming languages for hardware architectures.
Ditzel, D., McLellan, H. and Berenbaum, A. (1987b) Design tradeoffs to support the C programming language in the CRISP microprocessor.
Keedy, J. (1978a) On the use of stacks in the evaluation of expressions.
www.ece.cmu.edu /~koopman/stack_computers/bib.html

  
 Programming Stacks Uses
programming environment consisting of a stack oriented interactive Programming is done by extending the language words, which the programmer uses to define new
Provides an introduction to this stack-based programming language.
This stack is used as a repository for storing all pieces of global information that To safely squirrel away an integer, for example, Perl uses a macro called
www.signal42.com /programming_stacks_uses.asp

  
 Amazon.ca: Books: Building Applications and Components with Visual Basic .NET
If you're migrating from an object-oriented programming language such as C++ or Java, your transition to Visual Basic.NET will likely be a bit easier, but there are still plenty of details you must learn.
A familiarity with previous Visual Basic versions and a rock-solid understanding of object-oriented programming theory and methodology is essential.
Visual Basic.NET is a new programming language that has beendesigned especially for the.NET Framework.
www.amazon.ca /exec/obidos/ASIN/0201734958   (2546 words)

  
 Forth programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forth is a procedural, stack-oriented, reflective programming language and programming environment.
Programming is done by extending the language with words (the term used for Forth subroutines), which become part of the language once defined.
Forth programming style uses very few named data objects compared with other languages; typically such data objects are used to contain data which is used by a number of words or tasks (in a multitasked implementation).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forth_programming_language   (3837 words)

  
 Forth programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forth is a procedural, stack-oriented, reflective programming language and programming environment.
Forth programming style uses very few named data objects compared with other languages; typically such data objects are used to contain data which is used by a number of words or tasks (in a multitasked implementation).
Forth has been popular for developing embedded systems and instrument controls because it is easy to add small machine code definitions to the language and use those in an interactive high-level programming environment.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forth_programming_language   (3989 words)

  
 Forth programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forth is a procedural, stack-oriented, reflective programming language and programming environment.
Programming is done by extending the language with words (the term used for Forth subroutines), which become part of the language once defined.
Forth programming style uses very few named data objects compared with other languages; typically such data objects are used to contain data which is used by a number of words or tasks (in a multitasked implementation).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forth_programming_language   (3718 words)

  
 Forth programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forth is a procedural, stack-oriented, reflective programming language and programming environment.
Programming is done by extending the language with words (the term used for Forth subroutines), which become part of the language once defined.
Forth programming style uses very few named data objects compared with other languages; typically such data objects are used to contain data which is used by a number of words or tasks (in a multitasked implementation).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Forth_programming_language   (3799 words)

  
 Directory - Computers: Programming: Languages: Forth
Forth: A Programming Language for Real Programmers  · A dozen links, and a short explanation of Forth benefits which concludes with an enjoyable rant about the state of programming.
Forth Programming Language  · Forth history and selected links, with a focus on artificial intelligence.
On Standardizing Object-Oriented Forth Extensions  · Treats points relevant to the Neon/Yerk model, which is implemented in Mops, Win32Forth, and ANS Forth; and which now seems to be the most popular model.
www.incywincy.com /default?p=6171   (446 words)

  
 Forth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Forth programming language, a stack-oriented computer programming language
Forth, Lanarkshire, a town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland
Radio Forth, a set of radio stations based in Edinburgh
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/FORTH   (111 words)

  
 Web Surfing
Categorical languages / Distributed computing languages / Esoteric languages / Functional programming / Lisp languages / Logic and constraint programming / Low-level languages / Non-programmers, programming languages for / Object-oriented programming / Scripting languages / Stack-based languages / Visual languages
An ``esoteric'' programming language is a programming language that is deliberately designed to be perverse.
Monads for Programming Languages (pdf) that starts off with my own version of a brief introduction to the basic elements of category theory.
web.cs.wpi.edu /~jshutt/surfing.html   (2979 words)

  
 Programming language design and implementation
C++ is an extension of the C programming language, the extensions are primarily to support object oriented programming.
Base the program on the way that queue has been written, but note that, since a stack always adds and removes elements at one end only, there is only need for one index into the array storing the elements, and therefore no need to wrap-around the index.
If a program is large enough to be broken into more than one file, and if the same class is to be used in more than one of the files making up the program, then the class declaration is usually put in a header file (a ``.h'' file).
homepages.feis.herts.ac.uk /~3com0046/cpp-a5.html   (2979 words)

  
 Programming language design and implementation
C++ is an extension of the C programming language, the extensions are primarily to support object oriented programming.
Base the program on the way that queue has been written, but note that, since a stack always adds and removes elements at one end only, there is only need for one index into the array storing the elements, and therefore no need to wrap-around the index.
If a program is large enough to be broken into more than one file, and if the same class is to be used in more than one of the files making up the program, then the class declaration is usually put in a header file (a ``.h'' file).
homepages.feis.herts.ac.uk /~3com0046/cpp-a5.html   (2979 words)

  
 Var'aq -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The language is a stack-based language based loosely on (A note appended to a letter after the signature) PostScript, with aspects of the (A flexible procedure-oriented programing language that manipulates symbols in the form of lists) Lisp language added for handling data structures.
var'aq is a ((computer science) a language designed for programming computers) programming language based loosely upon the grammatical structure of the (Click link for more info and facts about Klingon language) Klingon language.
It was created as part of a speculative exercise in imagining what the computer culture of the fictional (Click link for more info and facts about Klingon) Klingon race might be like, and was created by Brian Connors and Chris Pressey c.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/v/va/varaq.htm   (168 words)

  
 Computer Programming Languages - G
One of the earliest programming languages, stack-oriented, used reverse Polish notation.
language for matrices and generation of mathematical programming reports.
A machine-like language for the representation and interpretation of attributed grammars.
www.heuse.com /g.htm   (1588 words)

  
 ONLamp.com: What I Hate About Your Programming Language
It's hard to judge the suitability of a language without practical experience in it — where pointer arithmetic is familiar to a C hacker when manipulating arrays, it's terribly unidiomatic in a language with queues and stacks as available data structures.
Unless your programs consist of pushing a couple things on the stack, and maybe taking a wild ride loading a storing a few things in memory, writing assembly will most likely only give you buggy code that is impossible to follow along that only runs on your architecture.
OCAML is seldom heard of but is piece of piss to learn if you've worked with LISP or ML or any functional language really.
www.onlamp.com /pub/a/onlamp/2003/05/12/languagephilosophy.html   (1588 words)

  
 Programming language design and implementation
C++ is an extension of the C programming language, the extensions are primarily to support object oriented programming.
Base the program on the way that queue has been written, but note that, since a stack always adds and removes elements at one end only, there is only need for one index into the array storing the elements, and therefore no need to wrap-around the index.
If a program is large enough to be broken into more than one file, and if the same class is to be used in more than one of the files making up the program, then the class declaration is usually put in a header file (a ``.h'' file).
homepages.feis.herts.ac.uk /~3com0046/cpp-a5.html   (1588 words)

  
 Algol-Like Languages, Introduction
Furthermore, Reynolds points out that most formal models of programming languages then in use were failing to do justice to typed languages and to important concepts such as representation-independent storage variables and stack-oriented storage management.
The resulting programming language has not only the desirable functional attributes of Algol 60, but also many of the desirable attributes of simple imperative languages that are typically lost when procedures are added.
All of the material should be accessible to beginning graduate students in programming languages and theoretical Computer Science.
www.dcs.qmw.ac.uk /~ohearn/Algol/intro.html   (1588 words)

  
 Computers - Programming: Languages: POP-11
Features: proper lexical scoping (procedures are 1st class objects), re-definable/extendible syntax, open user stack (user can explicitly manipulate), dynamic typing, garbage collected, incremental compiling, lightweight processes, object-oriented extensions becoming standard in near future.
Like Lisp in power, but a more traditional, readable syntax; main implementation language of Poplog system.
For scripting with Poplog and POP-11: attempt to facilitate use of pop-11, and other Poplog supported languages as scripting languages like Perl, Tcl, Python, Bash.
www.netinformations.com /Programming/Languages/POP-11   (1588 words)

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