Application builder combines new languages such as C++ and Java, plus the original DOS, to create a greater flow logic for programmers.
Features an ftp database that includes information on most Apple products, including the Dylan programming language.
A resource on the IBM mainframe assembler. The site includes hints, tips, guidelines, FAQs and links to sites with that topic.
Download Borland's Turbo Assembler 5.0 as a .zip file. Software documentation, help files, and articles on the programming language are included.
Features Louis Howell's and Eric S. Raymond's revision to Woods and Lyons 1973 Intercal manual.
Implementation runs on a Java application. See updates on the status of the project.
Introduces and explains the uses of C# or C Sharp, an object-oriented programming language.
Parallel language has features of an operating system, such as memory management and networking. Get a four-day beginner course.
Technical org. describes the language and its uses and offers code samples, a newsgroup, and many related links.
Contains examples of scripts from the PostScript Language and Tutorial Cookbook.
Features extensive details on all aspects of the Beta language. Provides related links.
Aims to familiarize user with programming language, offering eight separate lessons, language definitions, and FAQs.
Provides a GHC profile, installation and operating instructions, source bundles, and older versions. Features links to Haskell libraries.
Provides a profile of the purely functional language, plus a list of its advantages. Find standard libraries, tools, compilers, and books.
Features an extensive list of frequently updated FAQs. Answers include numerous links.
New Mexico Tech provides an Icon tutorial, trick bag, and details data structures and text processing. Also features a reference page.
Provides details and a manual for the language that combines many of Scheme and ML's best features.
Features links to introductory material, reference material, and related pages. Includes contact information.
Provides the complete ascii text version of "The Intercal Programming Language Manual" by Donald R. Woods and James M. Lyon.
Features an initial warning to those who are not hard-core hackers. Provides links to implementations, manuals, tools, and home pages.
Presents the main ideas in the concept of Design by Contract, the idea behind the Eiffel programming language.
Profiles the language intended to replace BASIC. Details the features, environment, and includes examples and implementation information.
Provides the uninitiated with program history and list of features. Includes numerous articles to get users started, plus Web resources.
Learn about this research language developed at the Univ. of CA at Irvine. Read documentation, join a listserv, and follow related links.
Provides links to downloads, the exclusive M Magazine, M books, and related subjects. Features M job listings and a message forum.
Prides itself on being the one stop source for M. Features extensive links to M information, jobs, users, and groups.
Write Java programs in Oberon-2 with this compiler. Find books and other software for Java as well.
Software company specializes in Oberon and Modula. See product descriptions, or follow links related to both languages.
Language developed at Carnegie Mellon offer data parallelism. Get a tutorial or download the software.
Cetus Links offers this collection of tutorials, newsgroups, articles, and utilities on this object oriented language and operating environment.
Object-oriented dynamic language being developed by Apple. Provides links to articles, books, vendors, language references, and a glossary.
Features a bunch of games and programs written in AMOS and requiring an Amiga OS compatible system.
Introduces the language and explains details such as classes, iterators, closures, exceptions, and interfaces with other languages.
Consists of a basic tutorial, a language manual, and a style guide. Also find debugging tools and a compiler.
Discusses problems and advantages of this language. Download a compiler, find a link to the Karla Library of Data and Algorithms.
Read detailed descriptions of this language and its uses, see a list of publications on it. Get links to related sites.
Provides a program overview and lists downloadable examples featuring Euphoria code.
Check out a tutorial and an FAQ for this developing parser written in C. Learn about current bugs and plans for later stages.
Promotes sharing within the APL community by providing meeting notes, Gimme Arrays news, and skill databases. Details membership and conferences.
Publication features numerous articles relating to the devlpt and application of APL technologies. Features subscription and member information.
Features APL conference news, freeware downloads, tutorials, a bibliography, and FAQs.