Introduction to GrADS scriptsElements of the Language: comment statement assignment say / prompt / pull if / else / endif while / endwhile variables operators expressions Functions Intrinsic FunctionsCommands that complement the scripting languageWidgets (N.B. The widgets have been temporarily disabled for version 2.1.a1) Script LibraryScripting Language Reference Card (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader) Introduction to GrADS Scripts Scripts offer users the facility to program GrADS operations. Although it is relatively easy for users to produce sophisticated GrADS graphics without ever writing a script, there are occasions where the programming capability makes things even easier. GrADS Scripting Language
What is GYS? GYS is the scripting engine which helps to create the embedded interpreter of your own language. GYS has built-in lexical and expression analyzer, but during interpretation it calls different user code for executing commands, operators, conversions and value getting. GYS - Homepage
GPP is a general-purpose preprocessor with customizable syntax, suitable for a wide range of preprocessing tasks. Its independence from any one programming language makes it much more versatile than the C preprocessor (cpp), while its syntax is lighter and more flexible than that of GNU m4. There are built-in macros for use with C/C++, LaTeX, HTML, XHTML, and Prolog files. GPP is Free Software. GPP - nothingisreal.com
On this page I offer programs developed by me as Share or Freeware for " downloading". If you should have questions, criticism or suggestions to the programs, then you can achieve me under the following E-Mail address. Much fun! My E-Mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org Table of contents: Gofolio 2.0 - the programming language for the ATARI portfolio GOLDSPRAY
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You need 3 files: Regrettably, Gödel is not supported for MS-DOS or Microsoft Windows (TM), and there are no plans for this to change in the near future. If you have a PC, and you want to try Gödel, it is recommended that you consider installing Linux. Corin Gurr has developed a Self Applicable Gödel (Partial) Evaluator, called SAGE for short. SAGE is particularily good at specialising meta-programs. Once you have a working Gödel system, you can experiment with SAGE by downloading goedel-sage.tar.Z (200KB). Corin's thesis on SAGE may also be of interest. The Goedel Programming Language
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Gimme Gimme (Edmund) now available Took me forever, but I finally got around to zipping up some samples along with the latest Gimme (Edmund) and made it available as a release: http://gimme.codeplex.com/releases/view/78784#DownloadId=314759 Comments or questions, let me know!
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Numerous approaches to the problem of determining the correctness of computer programs have been proposed and implemented, such as dynamic and static type checking. Static typing enables earlier error checking and more efficient execution in many programs, while dynamic type systems allow for greater expressiveness and flexibility. This project presents a type system, hybrid typing, and a programming language utilizing it, Gnarly, that negotiate the space between static and dynamic typing by allowing the programmer to select which typing paradigm he or she wishes to use at the level of individual terms rather than entire languages. Furthermore, any program in Gnarly that is entirely static is provably type safe, and therefore is inherently more trustworthy than it would be otherwise. gnarly - Design and Implementation of a Hybrid Typed Programming Language
Gene is an experimental programming language based on EBNF (such as COCO/L) and procedural languages (like C++). It is therefor ideally suited for applications that process a lot of sequential input and output such as scanners, LL(1) parsers and data generators. Gene also supports container objects (objects that manage a list of other objects such as arrays, linked lists, queues, relation tables,...) and cursors which can be compared to SQL cursors, except they do not point to a record set, but to a container. Cursors, like in sql, also have positional information. gene.tigris.org
Guido van Robot Welcome to the home of Guido van Robot! Guido van Robot, or GvR for short, is a programming language and free software application designed to introduce beginners to the fundamentals of programming. GvR runs on Windows, Macintosh, and GNU/Linux, in a variety of languages! It's great in both the classroom and the home as a way of introducing people to the basic concepts of programming.
genyris - Genyris Scripting Language Inspired by the Semantic Web, Genyris presents a new programming paradigm. Objects can belong to multiple classes independant from construction. Indentation reduces parentheses yet retains the power of Lisp. External Java libraries can be imported. Objects can belong to multiple classes Classes are assigned to objects after construction Indentation syntax reduces parentheses Use Java class libraries like Swing 100% Java Multi-tasking Higher order functions and macros Indented syntax
Gzz is an implementation of Ted Nelson's zzstructure. See Gzz in a Nutshell. News:2003-04-01: Welcome to Fenfire.org.2003-02-26: The Gzz project will cease to exist. Using a patented technology (zzStructure) that will not be openly licensed is strictly against the free software philosophy. Gzz Home Page
gri.sourceforge.net Gri is a language for scientific graphics programming. The word "language" is important: Gri is command-driven, not point/click. Some users liken Gri to LaTeX, since both provide extensive power in exchange for patience in learning syntax. Gri can make x-y graphs, contour graphs, and image graphs, in PostScript and (someday) SVG formats. Control is provided over all aspects of drawing, e.g. line widths, colors, and fonts.
Version 3.5 August 2013 News What is GF GF, Grammatical Framework, is a programming language for multilingual grammar applications. GF - Grammatical Framework
Gentee: Open Source Free Programming Language
The Gosu Programming Language