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  Systems and methods for employing tagged types in a dynamic runtime environment - Patent 7168063
The system of claim 1, the dynamic programming language is provide to a compiler that generates intermediate language instructions that are execute by a virtual machine.
Dynamically typed languages such as Perl, Scheme, Ruby, Python, Smalltalk, and so forth, traditionally utilize various tagging schemes to overcome the overhead of allocating small (usually word-sized) objects on the heap, but still keeping the benefits of a uniform representation of values for parametric operations.
Languages provide their users the greatest ability to access frameworks by implementing at least those parts of the CTS that are part of the CLS.
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Most languages that are widely used, or have been used for a considerable period of time, have standardization bodies that meet regularly to create and publish formal definitions of the language, and discuss extending or supplementing the already extant definitions.
Functional languages often restrict names to denoting run-time computed values directly, instead of naming memory locations where values may be stored, and in some cases refuse to allow the value denoted by a name to be modified at all.
Programming languages are not error tolerant; however, the burden of recognising and using the special vocabulary is reduced by help messages generated by the programming language implementation.
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 Encyclopedia: Dynamic programming language   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The C Programming Language, Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, the original edition that served for many years as an informal specification of the language The C programming language is a standardized imperative computer programming language developed in the early 1970s by Dennis Ritchie for use on the Unix operating system.
Type-inferred languages superficially treat all data as not having a type, but actually do sophisticated analysis of the way the program uses the data to determine which elementary operations are performed on the data, and therefore deduce what type the variables have at compile-time.
Programming languages are not error tolerant; however, the burden of recognizing and using the special vocabulary is reduced by help messages generated by the programming language implementation.
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 Dynamic programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
According to advocates of dynamic programming languages, however, the flexibility of dynamic languages offsets these drawbacks, and even provides advantages so considerable as to make this an essential feature, for example for interactive programming.
Dynamic languages rely on the addresses for functions being looked up at runtime, instead of being compiled into addresses at compile time.
This delay can be dramatically reduced almost to zero in practice however, for instance, the Objective-C programming language used a pre-loaded cache and a small bit of assembler code in order to reduce this overhead to a single operation.
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 Misc
Occam - is a programming language which facilitates writing parallel programs, allowing the programmer to specify whether processes are to be executed sequentially or in parallel.
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 as and safer than Eiffel, and support higher-order functions and iteration abstraction as well as Common Lisp, CLU or Scheme.
YAFL Programming Language - is a middle term research project which covers the design and the implementation of a new object-oriented language, as well as several attached programming tools.
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 Pike programming language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pike is a general-purpose, high-level, dynamic programming language, with a syntax similar to that of C.
Unlike many other dynamic languages, pike is statically typed, and requires explicit type definitions.
This behaviour is traditionally considered restrictive and limiting by proponents of dynamically typed language.
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 ActiveState - Company Information, News Room, Whitepapers, ActiveState Dynamic Languages - Dynamic Tools for Dynamic ...
Dynamic languages were designed to solve the technical problems faced by their inventors, not to address specific goals identified as part of a 'strategic plan' to influence buyers of IT solutions.
Building a programming language that is limited to a particular platform is anathema to language designers; the language designer tends to believe that "everyone" would be better off by using their language, or if not everyone, then at least everyone trying to solve a particular kind of problem with a particular background.
Programming languages evolve under various pressures: bug fixing, the wishes of users (which often are simply asking for "feature matching" from other languages), and the more intellectual pressures of language designers, who look for new architectures, or new syntactic or semantic approaches, to increase either the breadth of the language (i.e.
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 Dynamic programming language: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about Dynamic programming language   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In computer science, dynamic programming language is a kind of programming language in which computer programs change their structure as they run: new functions may be introduced, functions may vanish, new classes of objects may be created, new modules may appear.
The details differ between languages, but in general, it is extremely difficult to compile a dynamic language down to a binary, and it is extremely difficult, perhaps impossible, to enforce design contract[?] on a dynamic language.
C, C++, Java, and FORTRAN do not, as languages, though it is always possible to build layers on top of a language.
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 Open Directory - Computers:Programming:Languages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Data structured languages are those in which the data structure is a main organizing principle, knowledge representation, model, for data and logic (code, programs) alike, in which both are stored and operated on, i.e., program data and logic are structured and operated on in the same way.
This category is for programming languages which were created, and have as a main or major purpose, to educate and teach about language concepts, design, programming, and/or larger, more general system issues; and/or support other types of education (networking, math, physics); languages existing solely or in large part, to educate.
Turing is a young, compiled programming language optimized for teaching programming to beginners, often as an alternative to Pascal, and used in high schools and universities across North America.
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 Read about Dynamic programming language at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Dynamic programming language and learn ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dynamic languages rely on the addresses for functions being looked up at runtime, instead of being
NewtonScript tend to be fully dynamic as a matter of course.
FORTRAN do not generally fit into this category, though it is often possible to build layers on top of a language.
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 Favorite Programming Language Features
I hate core language features that could just as well be implemented in the library, particularly when trying to do that exposes a language design failure.
The language can be described as 4 parts (the C implementation langauge, the C pre-processor, the C library, and mechanical code generators).
From a wider perspective, if I chose a language that embodied what I feel is the key element of a language, I'd probably go with SQL (yes, I know a lot of people think it stands for "Scarcely Qualifies as a Language").
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 Python Programming Language -- Official Website
Python is a dynamic object-oriented programming language that can be used for many kinds of software development.
It offers strong support for integration with other languages and tools, comes with extensive standard libraries, and can be learned in a few days.
The 5th Python Game Programming Challenge runs from the 2nd to 9th of September.
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 Object-Oriented Software Design and Programming [encyclopedia]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Object-oriented programming is a method of software implementation in which programs are organized as cooperative collections of objects, each of which represents an instance of some class, and whose classes are all members of a hierarchy of classes united via inheritance relationship.
C++ is a general-purpose programming language with a bias towards systems programming, that supports low-level programming in traditional styles, data abstraction, object-oriented programming, and generic programming.
C++ was initially developed from the C programming language by the addition of facilities for object-oriented programming from the SIMULA programming language.
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Dynamic languages are complementary to system programming languages, and designed to solve different problems.
Dynamic languages are typically interpreted, highly introspective, and emphasize integration and extension to add new capabilities.
Dynamic languages aren't right for everything though, and many projects in fact combine both dynamic and system programming languages, using each where appropriate.
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 JavaScript: A Survey of the Language
This document is an introduction to the JavaScript Programming Language for professional programmers.
It is a remarkably expressive dynamic programming language.
That new language is not JavaScript and is beyond the scope of this document.
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 object-oriented programming on Encyclopedia.com
The first object-oriented programs, written in the language Simula 67, were used extensively for modeling and simulation, primarily in Europe during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Object-oriented programming: a primer: as a control engineer, you likely have some knowledge of software and of programming.
Modular Programming Building a program in modules, or independent routines, is common practice.
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 What is JAVA
The syntax of the Java language is based on the C programming language.
Seasoned C++ programmers will testify that Java is a simpler programming language because some of the more complex constructs, such as overloaded operators and pointers, have no equivalent in Java.
The JVM does not require that all classes used by a program be loaded prior to program execution.
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 C Programming - Dynamic Memory allocation
In programming we may come across situations where we may have to deal with data, which is dynamic in nature.
Such languages have the ability to calculate and assign during executions, the memory space required by the variables in the program.
According to the conceptual view the program instructions and global and static variable in a permanent storage area and local area variables are stored in stacks.
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 Citations: Real-Time Concurrent C: A Language for Programming Dynamic Real-Time Systems - Gehani, Ramamritham ...
....languages, and specification languages (or formalisms) that are used to describe timing constraints at the application level, or even at the system level.
In [PK89] language constructs have been introduced in order to let the programmer integrate knowledge about the actual behavior of algorithms which cannot be expressed using standard programming language features.
The language provides a reasonable vocabulary for specifying the real time behavior that is desired, but since the current implementation manages multiple execution threads within a single UNIX process, there are limits to how predictable the language can be made and the strength of the....
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 > Programming > Language Comparison
Programming languages now are used for calculating the actions of machines (very often a computer).
C is weak than that of C++ of the globe of programming languages.
A few languages become sufficiently accepted that they are using more than the few people, but a lot of professional programmers use dozen of special languages of their career.
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 Ruby: A gem of a language
This is a relatively small number of people compared to the entire programming population, but they are fanatically devoted to the language and almost all of the Smalltalk mavens I've met are expert object-oriented programmers.
All of the dynamic languages are excellent for generating data.
Komodo works for multiple dynamic languages so it's worth looking at if you're going to be doing a lot of work with different languages.
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Dynamic programming languages allow for a program's structure to be changed while it runs: functions may be introduced or removed, new classes of objects may be created, and new modules may appear.
Dynamic languages try to take the configuration responsibilities away from the programmer and put it on the compiler and interpreter.
Dynamic typing is so popular in dynamic languages because the compiler/interpreter keeps track of types rather than requiring the programmer to explicitly state them.
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 Microsoft reveals Dynamic Language Runtime for .NET
Dynamic languages, which have more flexible type systems than static languages, are generally more conducive to rapid development.
Last year, we reported that Microsoft was in the process of enhancing the CLR in order to make it more compatible with dynamic programming languages and we pointed to.NET 2.0 features like Lightweight Code Generation and DynamicMethod to illuminate the basic groundwork for improved dynamic language support.
As a developer and as a dynamic programming language enthusiast, I'm very impressed with the work that Microsoft has done and the company's willingness to release the DLR under such a permissive license.
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