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$    1983   United States   Theoretical simple functional programming language 
(S)PAR    1962 Macroassemblers   United States   Bendix macro assembler 
*l    1967 List   United States   L6 for the 360 
*LISP    1985 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States   Data parallel TM LISP 
*MOD    1980 Pascals   United States   Concurrent MOdula 
*n    1973   United States    
*Prolog    1989 Horn clause   United States    
//ELLPACK    1989 Algebraic   United States   Parallel version of ELLPACK 
`C    1997   United States    
1:1 Assembler    1963 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Assembler for Telefile 
1130 Amtran    1969 Arithmetic   United States   Amtran on the 1130 
1401 structured language    1966 Other US historic   United States   Pedogogical language for IBM 1401 
20-GATE    1961 Internal Translators   United States   GATE for the G-20 
2-LISP    1982 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
2LP    1997   United States   Linear Programming Language 
2-step    1991   United States    
3-LISP    1982 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States   procedurally reflective dialect of LISP  
473L Query    1969 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Query language for Air Force 473L system 
51forth    1980 Stack   United States   Forth for the 8051 
7090 (COF)Translator    1963 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Librascope autocode 
90-PAC    1961 Report Generators   United States   Report generation package for the IBM 7090 
94AP    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Sylviania symbolic assembler 
99-Gate    1962 Internal Translators   United States   GATE for the 7090 
9AP    1959 Macros   United States   Assembler autocode for the 709/0 
9PAC    1957 Report Generators   United States   Report generator 
A#    1995 Algebraic   United States   Subcomponent of AXIOM 2 
A+    1990 Array   United States   Dialect of APL used at Morgan-Stanley 
A-0    1952 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for UNIVAC 1 
A-1    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Compiler for UNIVAC I 
A-2    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   UNIVAC compiler 
A-3    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Mathematical problems 
AADL    2003   United States    
AAIMS    1979 Array   United States   Array-based querying system 
AAP1    1965   United States    
AARDVARK    1963 Statistical   United States   Statistical language 
ABACUS 10    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Data General JOSS 
ABACUS/X    1970 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Data General JOSS dialect 
ABAL    1974   United States   Teaching language for Boolean algebra 
ABC    1957 Information Retrieval   United States   Data manipulation language from Remington St Paul 
ABC I    1954 Macroassemblers   United States   Datacorp high level assembler 
ABC++    1994 CPL, BCPL and B   United States   Concurrent C++ 
ABEL    1997 Expression oriented   United States   Language for behavior-like desriptions of a logic circuit 
ABLE    1981 List   United States   Array-enabled LISP 
ABLE    1975 Other DPLs   United States   Auditors business language 
ABLE    1966 Generation of JOSS II   United States   ICC JOSS II for the IBM 360 
Abrahams neurophysiological experimental language    1962 Individual   United States    
Abrams APL Machine    1970   United States   Phil Abrams machine implementation of APL  
ABSDL    1982   United States    
AC    1990   United States   Array C for CM 
AC+    1995   United States   Array C++ for CM 
Access    1970 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Pick query language 
ACL    1979   United States   Application controller language 
ACL    1995   United States   Abstract language for concurrent object systems 
ACL2    1994   United States   Theorem proving lisp 
ACME    1994   United States    
ACOM    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Early Autocode at GM 
ACOMCAS    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder for UNIVAC 
Acore    1988   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
ACOS    1988   United States   BBS language  
Acrith    1986   United States   High Accuracy Arithmetic Fortran Extensions 
Acrith-XSC    1990   United States    
ACSI-Matic    1959 COBOL coeval   United States   Associative query language  
ACSL    1979   United States   Advanced Continuous Simulation Language 
ACSL Level II    1992   United States   Version II of ACSL 
ACSL Optimize    1994   United States    
ACSL Sim    1995   United States    
ACT    1958 Generalised programming   United States   Autocode Coding system 
ACT II    1960 Generalised programming   United States   Autocode Coding system 
ACT III    1961 Generalised programming   United States   Machine independent language 
ACT III ALGEBRAIC    1963 Generalised programming   United States   Algebraic compiler for the LGP-300 
ACT IV    1963 Generalised programming   United States    
ACT++    1989   United States    
Act1    1982 Actor   United States   Actor OO language 
Act2    1983   United States   Actor language with extensions for concurrency 
Act3    1985   United States    
Action Languages    1990   United States    
Active Language I    1963 Arithmetic   United States   Interactive mathematics system 
Active VRML    1996   United States    
Actors    1971 Actor   United States   Agent based object parallel language 
ActorSpace    1992   United States   parallel language 
Actus    1979   United States    
ACUTE    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   UNIVAC assembler 
Ada    1979   United States   US DoD general purpose language 
ADA    1969 Array   United States   Aiken 
Ada'    1990   United States   Verifiable subset of Ada  
Ada 83    1983   United States   Renaming of Original Ada 
Ada 95    1995   United States   Revision and enhancement of Ada82 
Ada 9X    1988   United States   Review and update of Ada 83 
Ada/Ed    1988   United States    
ADA/TL    1990   United States    
Ada++    1989   United States    
Ada1    1980   United States    
ADABTPL    1987   United States    
ADADL    1986   United States    
ADAM    1964 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Data Management System for IBM 7030 
ADAM    1989   United States    
ADAM    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Experimental hardware symbol processor 
ADAM    1984   United States   Ada for Multiprocessing 
Adaplex    1983   United States   An extension of Ada for functional databases 
ADAPT    1961 Numerical Control   United States   Subset of APT 
AdaTran    1980   United States    
ADES    1955 Generalised programming   United States   Automatic Digital Encoding System  
ADES II    1955 Generalised programming   United States   Automatic Digital Encoding System v II 
ADL    1989   United States   Ada Development Language 
ADL    1995   United States   interface definition language for C++ 
ADL    1987 Game languages   United States   Adventure Definition Language 
ADL      United States   software specification language 
ADLIB    1980 Digital   United States   Superset of PASCAL with concurrency 
AdLog    1988   United States    
ADMINS    1968 Other DPLs   United States   MIT Querying system  
ADMINS/11    1970 Information Retrieval   United States   ADMINS for the PDP/11 
ADPAC    1967 Report Generators   United States   Report generator for COBOL 
ADPP    1966 Other DPLs   United States   Navy data processing language 
Adroit    1984 CAI languages   United States   Computer aided instruction language 
ADRS II    1986   United States    
ADS    1974   United States   Automatic documentation language 
ADS    1990 2d shape   United States   Macro language for AutoCAD 
ADS/+PC    1984   United States    
ADSO    1984   United States   Cullinet IDMS 4GL 
Advice Taker    1958   United States    
ADVSYS    1986   United States    
AE    1980   United States   embeddable c interpeter 
AED    1963 True ALGOL60s   United States   Engineering flavour of ALGOL 
AED String Package    1965 Gestalt programming   United States    
AED-0    1964 Gestalt programming   United States   Enhanced AED for graphics 
AED-1    1965 Gestalt programming   United States   Portable AED Compiler  
AED-JR    1964 Gestalt programming   United States   Table-oriented version of AED 
AEDNET    1966 Graph   United States   AED dialect for modelling networks 
AEGIS    1967   United States    
Aerojet Commercial NELIAC    1961   United States   Extension to NELIAC for commercial computing 
AESOP    1994   United States    
AESOP    1967 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Interactive query generating language 
AFAC    1957 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic autocode at GM Allison 
AGGIE    1971 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN II from TAMU 
AGPS    1997   United States   Boeing CFD language 
AGSTAT    1970 Statistical   United States   Agricultural statistics package 
AHPL    1987   United States    
AID    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   PDP-10 Joss II 
AIDA    1986 Array   United States   Functional variation on APL 
AIDS    1970 Command systems   United States   Debugging system 
Aiken CPC translator    1948 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Proposed relay code for the Harvard Mark III 
AIMACO    1958 COBOL coeval   United States   AIr MAteriel COmmand compiler 
AIMDS    1977   United States    
AKCL    1987   United States    
AL    1990   United States   Systolic array language 
AL    1965 Map/Dictionary   United States   Associative Language 
AL    1991   United States   TSL knowledge representation language 
AL    1996 Animation   United States   Animation Language 
AL    1986 CAI languages   United States   Author Language - CAI Language 
AL    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   The Artificial Language 
AL    1969 Structure-oriented   United States   Assembler for robots 
ALA    1972   United States   Vector enabled Algol for CDC Star instruction set 
ALABOL    1961 COBOL-60   United States   Hybrid of COBOL and ALGOL 
A-language    1964 Strict evaluation LISPs   United States   An early Algol-like surface syntax for Lisp 
ALAS    1964 Difference Equations   United States   Continuous simulation language 
ALBERT    1969 Symbolic   United States    
ALC    1971 Assemblers   United States   IBM 360 assembly language 
Aldat    1989 Information algebra   United States   Database language, based on extended algebra 
ALDES    1976   United States   ALgorithm DEScription language 
ALEF    1995   United States    
ALEPH    1988   United States    
ALERT    1960 Algebraic   United States   IR language 
Alfl    1983   United States    
ALG    1994   United States    
Algae      United States   W3C net query language 
Algae    1997   United States    
ALGAE    1950 Algebraic   United States   Los Alamos algebraic system 
Algebraic    1953 Other US historic   United States   MIT Automatic Coding System  
Algebraic Compiler    1958   United States   IAL-like system for Honeywell 800 
ALGEM    1966 Algebraic   United States   Polynomials-capable list-processing 
ALGERNON    1990 Frame languages   United States    
ALGO    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algorithmic language for Bendix G-15 
Algol 1620    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for the IBM 1620 
Algol 205    1960 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for the Burroughs 205 
ALGOL 30    1960 True ALGOL60s   United States   Dartmouth Algol 
Algol 48    1998 True Algol58s   United States   McCarthy's putative theorised Algol 50 precursor 
Algol 50    1998 True ALGOL60s   United States   McCarthy's putative theorised Algol 60 precursor  
ALGOL C    1966 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL 60 with extensions to permit user defined extensions 
ALGOL D    1969 True ALGOL60s   United States   Hypothetical family of syntax-extended Algol 60s 
ALGOL-20    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol for Bendix-20 
ALGOL-M    1977 True ALGOL60s   United States    
ALGOSIM    1975 Event scheduling   United States   Algol 68 based simulation 
ALGY    1961 Algebraic   United States   Formula manipulation language 
ALICS    1965 Symbolic assemblers   United States   ICS assembler 
ALICS II    1967 Symbolic assemblers   United States   ICS assembler 
ALJABR    1991   United States   MACSYMA for the Mac 
Alkili    1995   United States    
ALLA    1969 Graph   United States    
ALLEGRO    1971   United States    
ALLOY    2002   United States   Object modelling language 
ALLOY    1990   United States   Multiparadigm massively parallel language 
Alltalk    1988   United States   Smalltalk with persistency 
ALMA    1970 Sound-Performance   United States   Music programming language 
ALMOST    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   UNIVAC assembler 
ALMS    1966 Algebraic   United States   Interactive algebraic system 
Alonzo    1994   United States    
ALPAK    1963 Algebraic   United States   Extension to ALTRAN to manipulate polynomials and rational functions 
ALPAKA    1963 Algebraic   United States    
ALPAKB    1966 Algebraic   United States   Generalised version of ALPAK 
ALPHA    1960 Algebraic   United States   HLL for STRETCH-HARVEST 
ALPHA    1971   United States   Data-query language based on relational calculus 
Alphard    1974 Pascals   United States   Pascal with data abstraction 
ALPINE    1965 Other Conversational   United States   Conversational programming system for NORC 
ALPS    1988   United States    
ALSP    1986   United States    
ALTAC    1959 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Algorithms on TAC 
ALTEXT    1964 Editing and processing   United States   Text processing 
ALTEXT II    1970 Editing and processing   United States    
ALTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   ALWAC Algrebraic Translator 
ALTRAN    1969 Algebraic   United States   A FORTRAN extension for rational algebra 
ALTRAN    1965 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Translator for ALTAC 
amalthea    2002   United States    
Amber    1984   United States   ML with CSP-like concurrency  
Amber    1988   United States    
AMBIT    1964 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic manipulation 
AMBIT/G    1968 Symbolic   United States   Ambit symbolic package for graphs 
AMBIT/L    1970 List   United States   AMBIT symbolic system for lists 
AMBIT/S    1970 Patterns   United States   Ambit symbolic system for strings 
AMBUSH    1971   United States   Linear programming programming language 
AML    1994   United States   Arc Macro Language 
AML    1980   United States   High-level robotics language 
AML    1998   United States   Anil 
AML/2    1986 Robotics   United States   Productisation of AML 
AML/E    1983 Robotics   United States   AML Entry level version 
AML/V    1992 Robotics   United States   Robotics vision language 
AML/X    1986 Robotics   United States   Extensions to AML 
AMPL    1994 Matrix   United States   Another Matrix Programming Language 
AMPL    1975 Language-oriented   United States   Manusript preparation language 
AMPL    1967 Algebraic   United States   algebraic modeling language 
AMPL    1983 CPL, BCPL and B   United States   Parallel variant of C 
AMPL    1985 Array   United States   Propsed extensions to APL 
AMPPL-I    1968 Map/Dictionary   United States   Associative array extensions to FORTRAN IV 
AMPPL-II    1969 Substrings   United States   Associative Memory Parallel Processing Language 
AMTRAN    1966 Arithmetic   United States   Automatic Mathematical Translator 
AMTRAN 70    1969 Arithmetic   United States   Automatic Mathematical Translator 
Amulet    1996 Interface and windowing   United States   High level OO language with interface capabilities 
ANALITIK-91    1991   United States    
Analogy    1963   United States   Geometric description system  
ANATRAN    1960   United States   Hybrid simulation and control language 
ANCP    1959 Autocode Coeval   United States   Datatron autocode 
Anderson 1968    1968 Multiline   United States   Graphical input language 
Anderson 1972    1972 Multiline   United States   Pen-input high level language 
Anderson extensions    1965 Other US historic   United States   Parallel extensions set for PLs 
ANDF    1990   United States    
Animated Movie    1969 Animation   United States    
Animated Movie Language     1963 Animation   United States   Animation language 
ANIMATOR    1968 Animation   United States   ABimation language 
Animus    1986 Animation   United States   Constraint-Based Animation 
ANNA    1987 Digital   United States    
ANORAD    1980   United States    
ANS MUMPS    1977   United States    
ANS MUMPS 1984    1984   United States    
ANS MUMPS 1990    1990   United States    
ANS MUMPS 1995    1995   United States    
ANSERO III      United States    
ANSI BASIC    1980   United States   Standardised BASIC 
ANSI C    1985   United States   Standardised form of C 
ANVAR    1970 Statistical   United States   Statistics processing system 
AP/S++    1996   United States    
AP2      United States   Symbolic assembler for Rice R1 computer 
APAR    1958 External systems control   United States   System for scientific control 
APAREL    1969 Other PL/Is   United States   A PArse REquest Language 
APDL    1969 Digital   United States   Algorithmic Processor Description Language 
APG    1974   United States    
APG-1    1959 Other DPLs   United States   Dupont business oriented language 
API    1960   United States    
APL      United States   Relational calculus language for GM 
APL    1966 Set   United States   Set-based list-processing language 
APL    1959 Generalised programming   United States   Automatic Programming Language 
APL    1960 Array   United States   Array-centered programing language 
APL SE    1995 Array   United States   freeware version of APL*PLUS  
APL with graphic extensions    1968 Map/Dictionary   United States   Associative graphics language 
APL*PLUS    1982   United States    
APL*PLUS II    1988   United States    
APL*PLUS III    1995   United States    
APL*PLUS PC    1982   United States    
APL\360    1967 Array   United States   APL for the 360 
APL+    2000   United States    
APL2    1984 Nested Array   United States   An APL extension with nested arrays 
APL-Algol    1972 Map/Dictionary   United States   Associative Algol 
APLBAGS    1973 2d shape   United States   Graphical extensions to APL 
APLBOL    1975 Array   United States   APL written in SNOBOL 
APLG    1972 2d shape   United States   APL with graphics extensions 
APLGOL    1972 Array   United States   APL with ALGOL-like control structures 
APLGOL-2    1973   United States    
APLGPSS    1976   United States    
APL-PL/I    1972 Map/Dictionary   United States   Associative PL/I 
APLSF    1979 Array   United States   DEC APL with shared system functions and system variables 
APL-SV    1972   United States   APL with IO 
APLUM    1975 Array   United States   APL2 for UM 
APPL    1969 Animation   United States   Animation language 
APPL/A    1995   United States    
APPLE    1968 Array   United States   Revision of APL for the Illiac IV. 
APPLE    1970 Map/Dictionary   United States    
Apple Pascal    1980 Pascals   United States   UCSD Pascal for the Apple II 
AppleScript    1990   United States    
Applesoft BASIC    1983   United States    
APS    1957 Generalised programming   United States   Automatic Programming System 
APS    1957   United States    
APS III    1960 Generalised programming   United States    
APSE    1980   United States   Ada Programming Support Environment 
APT    1956 Numerical Control   United States   Automatically Programmed Tools 
APT    1960 Algebraic   United States   Polish notation algebraic language 
APT 77    1977   United States   Automatically Programmed Tools v4  
APT II    1958 Numerical Control   United States   Automatically Programmed Tools v2 
APT III    1961 Numerical Control   United States   Automatically Programmed Tools v3 
APTLOFT    1967 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
APX III    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Datatron autocode 
Aquarius Prolog    1989 Horn clause   United States   High performance Prolog 
Arc    2000   United States   Exprimental LISP dialect 
ARCHI    1986   United States   Microarchitecture description language 
Arctic    1984   United States   Real-time functional language, used for music synthesis. 
Argonne proving system    1974   United States    
ARGUS    1958 Other US historic   United States   Automatic Routine Generating and Updating System 
Argus    1983   United States   Concurrent CLU 
ARIEL    1995   United States    
Ariel    1968 Array   United States    
ARITH-MATIC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Subsequent name for A-3 
ARLA    1988 Robotics   United States   ABBA robotics language 
ARLO    1998   United States    
Armani    1999   United States    
ARPAS    1967   United States    
ARPL    1974   United States    
ART    1984 RETE and production   United States   Automated Reasoning Tool  
ART-IM    1990 RETE and production   United States   ART with CLIPS features 
ARTSPEAK    1974   United States    
AS-1    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   UNIVAC assembler 
ASAP    1962 High-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder 
ASAP    1970 Hierarchical DB   United States   Event-aware DB language 
ASAS    1982 Animation   United States   Lispish animation alnguage 
ASBAL    1979 Stack   United States   Stack-based language derived from CLU 
ASGOL    1982   United States    
ASHMEDAI    1967 Algebraic   United States   Symbolic maths package 
ASI/INQUIRY    1980   United States    
ASIS    1984   United States   API language for Ada 83 
AS-IST    1968 Ad hoc query languages   United States    
ASLAN    1982   United States    
ASLIP    1967 Map/Dictionary   United States   Symmetric List Processor 
AsmL    2001   United States    
ASP    1971   United States   Artificial Scientific Programming 
ASP    1995   United States   Active Server Pages 
ASP    1967 Map/Dictionary   United States   Association Store Processor  
ASPEN    1977   United States   Compiler design language 
Aspirin      United States    
ASPL    1972   United States    
ASPLE    1975   United States   Paper language for demonstrating W-Grammars 
ASPOL    1973   United States    
ASSEMBLER    1955 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Modification of Rochester Assembler at IBM Poughkeepsie 
ASSEMBLY    1951 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Rochester Asssembler for IBM 
Asset-assembler    1963 Macros   United States    
ASTAP    1973   United States    
ASTLOG    1997   United States    
Astral    1979   United States   Database language 
ASTRAL    1958 Expression oriented   United States   Simulation lanugage with analog input 
ASTRO    1986   United States    
Astro Basic    1978   United States    
AT    1986   United States   parallel language 
AT-3    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algebraic Translator 
AT370    1979   United States   AT extensions to APL/360 
ATLAS    1968 External systems testing   United States   Avionics test language 
ATLAS    1969 External systems testing   United States   AEEC initial version of ATLAS avionics test language 
ATLAS    2001   United States    
ATOLL    1965 External systems testing   United States   NASA Test language 
ATP    1969 Numerical Control   United States   Extensions to APT  
ATP    1997   United States   HP language for equipment testing 
ATS    1969   United States    
AuditComputer    1981   United States    
Augment    1974   United States    
AURA    1987   United States    
AUTASCRIPT    1974   United States    
AUTASIM    1974   United States    
AUTOAPT    1960 Numerical Control   United States    
AUTOCODER    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   IBM generalised autocode 
AUTOCODER Decision Table Assembler    1961 Decision tables   United States   Decision table structures for 7070  
AUTOCODER II    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   IBM Business oriented language 
AUTOCODER III    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   HLL version of AUTOCODER 
AUTOCOMM    1963 COBOL-61   United States   Simplified COBOL 
AUTODRAFT    1965 2d shape   United States   Drafting language 
AUTOGRAF    1972 2d shape   United States   Barchart creation language 
AUTOGRP    1972 Statistical   United States   Interactive statistical analysis 
AUTOLEV    1988 Modelling   United States   Mechanical systems language 
Autolisp    1987 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States   LISP for AUTOCAD 
AUTOLOFT    1962 2G Autocodes   United States   NC Library design and manipulation language 
AUTOMAP    1962 Numerical Control   United States    
AUTOMAST    1966 Algebraic   United States   automatic mathematical analysis and symbolic translation 
AUTOMATH    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN for Honeywell computers 
AUTOMOD    1984 Modelling   United States   Auto MOdelling language 
Autopass    1974 Robotics   United States   Parts assembly language for robotic manufacturing 
AUTOPOL    1971 Numerical Control   United States   AUTOmated Programming Of Lathes 
AUTOPROMT    1957 Numerical Control   United States   AUTOmated PROgramming of Machine Tools 
AUTOSPOT    1962 Numerical Control   United States   AUTOmated System for Positioning Of Tools 
AUTOTIMER    1957 Debugging languages   United States    
AUTRAN    1968 External systems control   United States    
AVA    1990 Adas   United States   Verifiable Ada 
Avalon/C++    1986   United States    
Avalon/Common LISP    1990 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
Avenue    1990   United States    
Avon    1987 Single-assignment   United States    
AWK    1979   United States   String processing language 
AWSFN    1984   United States    
AXCESS    1983   United States    
AXIOM    1992   United States    
AXIOM 2    1992   United States    
AXLE    1964 Substrings   United States   Table-based string processing language 
AYACC    1994   United States   YACC in Ada 
A-ZPL    1994   United States   Advanced ZPL 
B    1970 CPL, BCPL and B   United States   Systems Programming Language 
B 15    1962 Low-level Autocoders   United States   IBM 660 autocoder 
B-0    1957 COBOL coeval   United States   UNIVAC English language compiler 
B4Tran    1975 Non Standard FIV   United States   Structured Fortran 
BACAIC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Algebraic system at Boeing 
BagL    1995   United States    
BAL    1971 Assemblers   United States   IBM 360 assembly language 
BALGOL    1958 True Algol58s   United States   Burroughs Algorithmic Language 
BALITAC    1956 Low-level Autocoders   United States   MIT Compiler for 650 
BALM    1969 List   United States   Block And List Manipulation 
BALM4    1971   United States    
BALMSETL    1970 Set   United States    
BAP    1957 Autocode Coeval   United States   UC Berkeley IBM 701 assembler 
BAP    1993 Horn clause   United States   Brain Aid Prolog 
Barrel    1980   United States    
BASCMP    1973   United States    
BASE    1967 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Intermediate language for multiple-language compiler 
BASE 00    1955 Other US historic   United States   SEAC interpreter 
Base Language    1968 Single-assignment   United States    
BASEBALL    1961 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Constrained natural language for querying attribute value pairs 
BASEL    1968 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   BASE Language for an extensible language facility 
BASEX    1979   United States   Real-time BASIC dialect 
bash    1990 Command systems   United States   Command language for UNIX 
BASIC    1963 Dartmouth Basics   United States   Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code  
BASIC AUTOCODER    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Simplified AUTOCODER 
Basic COBOL    1960 COBOL-60   United States   Minimum required BASIC from 1960 Standard 
Basic Detap    1970 Decision tables   United States    
Basic FORTRAN    1964 FORTRAN IV standard   United States    
Basic JOVIAL    1965 Jovials   United States   Simplified subset of JOVIAL 
Basic PDP-1 Lisp    1963 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
Basic Systems Language    1971   United States   Forerunner of PL/S 
BASIC/RT    1971   United States    
Basic-80    1983   United States    
BASIC-E    1976 Street basics   United States   Eubanks compiler 
BASIC-PLUS    1975 Street basics   United States    
BASIL    1979   United States   HLL for Logic machine 
Baskin and Morse graphical CSMP    1968 2d shape   United States   Graphical simulation system 
Bastian syntax language    1962 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States    
Bays    1976 Animation   United States   Animation language 
BB1    1987 Frame languages   United States    
BBN data management system    1965 Ad hoc query languages   United States    
BBN JOSS    1965 Generation of JOSS I   United States   JOSS rewritten at BBN 
BBN-LISP    1967 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
BC    1978   United States   Bell Calculator 
BDARE    1978   United States    
BDL    1974   United States   High-level IBM database language for describing business applications 
BEEF    1961 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Business and Engineering Enriched FORTRAN 
BEFAP    1960 Macroassemblers   United States   Bell labs macroassembler 
BEFLIX     1965 Animation   United States   Animation language 
BEFUNGE    1993   United States    
behavior    1990 Robotics   United States   Robotics control language 
BELFAP    1960 Macroassemblers   United States   FAP with extensive macro facilities 
BELL    1955 Bell Labs Interpreters   United States   Bell labs compilers  
Bell Labs Stats Package    1965   United States    
Bell SAP    1959 Macroassemblers   United States   SAP with conditional and recursive macros 
Benjamin editor    1972 Editing and processing   United States    
Bernstein    1968 Multiline   United States   Maths input language 
Bertrand    1985   United States    
BEST    1969 Other DPLs   United States    
BEST1    1979 Report Generators   United States   BESTOP outputting PL/I 
BEST400    1973 Report Generators   United States   BESTOP language 
BESTOP    1965 Report Generators   United States   Statistically oriented report generator 
BESTOP50    1970 Report Generators   United States   BESTOP language 
BESTOPVL    1970 Report Generators   United States    
BESYS    1958 Command systems   United States   Command language for BESYS 
BHSL    1966 Analog   United States   Basic HYTRAN Simulation Language 
BICON    1980   United States    
BIL    1976   United States    
BIL    1978 Microprogramming and HLAs   United States   Balm Implementation Language 
BIOMOD    1970 Expression oriented   United States   Biological systems simulation language 
BIOPSI    1976 Macroassemblers   United States    
BIOR    1955 COBOL coeval   United States   Autocode for the UNIVAC 
BIOSSIM    1978 Process interaction   United States   Biochemical simulations language 
Biscotti    1996   United States    
Bison    1994   United States    
Bison++    1998   United States    
Blackwell and Anderson    1969 Multiline   United States    
BLAZE    1985   United States   Single assignment language for parallel processing 
BLAZE 2    1989   United States   Object-oriented successor to BLAZE. 
Blechman MIDAS    1965 Digital   United States   NAA MIDAS 
BLESSED    1960 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Burroughs assembler 
B-LINE    1968 2d shape   United States    
BLIS    1962 Low-level Autocoders   United States   IBM 650 autocoder 
BLISP    1980 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
BLISS    1958 Bell Labs Interpreters   United States    
BLISS    1969 Wirth Algols   United States   CMU systems programming language  
BLISS/10    1974   United States    
BLISS-11    1975   United States   Bliss for PDP-11 
BLITZ    1968 Ad hoc query languages   United States    
BLODI    1961 Expression oriented   United States   BLOck DIagram 
BLODI-B    1965 Expression oriented   United States   Block Diagram compiler 
BLODI-G    1967 Flowcharts   United States   Grpahical programming system 
BLOOMS    1997   United States   Structured numeric modelling language 
BlooP    1979   United States    
Blosim    1984   United States   DSP simulator 
Blue    1978   United States    
BMAC    1980   United States    
BMD    1961 Statistical   United States   Bio-Medical statistical language 
BML    1972 Other PL/Is   United States    
BMT    1968 Event scheduling   United States   Graphical extensions to GPSS 
BNF    1959 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Backus Naur Form 
Bob    1994   United States   Thomas with Algol syntax 
BOBJ    1997   United States    
BOGART    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Fort Meade Autocode 
BOMM    1963 Statistical   United States   UCLA Time-series analysis package 
BOMP    1963 Hierarchical DB   United States   Bill of materials processor 
BORON    1987   United States    
BOSS    Numerical Control   United States   Bridgeport 1054 NC language 
BOSS    1967 Process interaction   United States   OR Simulator for Burroughs 
BOUMAC    1963 Statistical   United States   Statistical package 
Bourne shell    1978 Command systems   United States   Command shell for UNIX 
Boxer    1985 2-D Graphic Languages   United States    
BPL    1962   United States   Burroughs programming language 
BPOKET    1967 Numerical Control   United States   NC Language 
BRAND X    1980   United States    
Brenda    1997   United States   Student dialect of Dylan 
BRIDGE    1967 Civil   United States   Problem-solving package for ICES 
BRIEF CODE    1948 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Pseudocode interpreter  
BRL FORTRAN    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN for the BRLESC II and III 
BRLESC Instruction Code     1960 Initial orders   United States   Initial orders for the BRLESC computer 
Brock-Hunt HDL    1992   United States    
Brookhaven FASTBUS control language    1985   United States    
BrouHaHa    1987 Simple   United States   Smalltalk portable implementation 
Brown    1990   United States    
Browne/Smoliar Labanotation Compiler    1976   United States    
BRUIN    1969 Other Conversational   United States   Conversational PL/I 
BSL      United States   PL/S variant 
BSL    1987   United States   Backtracking Specification Language 
BSS    1960 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Relocatable binary form output from FORTRAN 
BSS    1968 Event scheduling   United States    
BSURF    1968 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
BTL Fortran    1967 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   Bell labs Fortran IV 
BTL SNOBOL4    1967 Patterns   United States   Bell Labs SNOBOL4  
BTPS    1980   United States    
Bugliarello    1968 Hydraulic/hydrological   United States   Hydrological POL system 
BUGSYS    1964 Animation   United States   Pattern based animation language 
BUGTRAN    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Debugging dialect of FORTRAN II 
BUILD    1968 Macros   United States    
Burroughs Algorithmic Compiler    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder for Burroughs 205 
Burroughs Assembler    1966 Symbolic assemblers   United States    
Burroughs Truth-Function Evaluator    1954 Predicate   United States   Logical evaluator system 
Bus-Pak II    1965 Hierarchical DB   United States    
Butterfly Common LISP    1993 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
Butterfly Portable Standard LISP    1988 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States   Portable Standard LISP on BBN Butterfly 
ByteLisp    1965 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
C    1972 CPL, BCPL and B   United States   Unix systems programming language 
C--    1997   United States    
C flat    1991   United States   obscurantist C 
C with Classes    1980   United States   OO Extensions to C 
C#    1999 OO C family   United States   Simple portable systems language 
C(GNU-C)    1992   United States    
C*    1986   United States   Thinking machine C 
c**    1992   United States    
C//    1984   United States   Parallel C 
C/ATLAS    1982   United States    
C+@    1991   United States   Simplified C 
C++    1983   United States   Class-based object oriented C  
C++//    1998   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
C-10    1966 Flat DB   United States   Improved version of COLINGO 
C-10    1949 Initial orders   United States   First Mnemonic codeset 
C2    1997   United States    
C2 AML    1999   United States    
C2 SADEL    1997   United States    
C2 SADL    1996   United States    
C5    1988 RETE and production   United States   C based version of OPS-5 
Caché ObjectScript    1999   United States   Scripting language for Caché 5 database systems 
CADET    1969 AV-Control   United States   Graphical heuristic for shape-fitting 
CADETRAN    1968   United States    
CAFE    1969 Animation   United States   Animation language 
CAGE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   GE Optimising autocode 
CAGES    1973   United States    
CAI    1965 CAI languages   United States   Computer Assisted Instruction 
CAISYS    1973   United States    
CAL    1967 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Conversational algebraic language 
CAL    1992 Sound-Performance   United States   Music language for Cakewalk 
CAL    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Course Author Language 
CAL    1973   United States    
CAL    2002 Graph   United States   GP language for the Ptolemy project 
CALCULAID    1964 Algebraic   United States    
Calculus    1959 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Compiler at CASE 
Calico    1991   United States    
CALPAK    1965 Algebraic   United States   CALTECH Algebra package 
CALTRAN    1965 Algebraic   United States   CALTECH Algebra package 
CAM    1966 Gestalt programming   United States   Project-based AED 
CAMA    1968 Arithmetic   United States   Michigan interactive maths system 
CAMAC    1979   United States    
CAMIL    1978   United States    
CAML    1968 Animation   United States   Animation language 
CAMP    1962 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
CAMP    1968 Animation   United States   2d Animation system 
CAMP 2    1963 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
CAN    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   FOCAL dialect 
CANDE    1984   United States   Burroughs Command AND Edit interface  
cantata    1991   United States    
Cantor    1987   United States    
CAP    1959 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Cornell Assembler 
Capsule    1981   United States   Modular extensions to Pascal 
CAPSULES    1983 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic system 
CARDIAC    1968 Symbolic assemblers   United States    
CARPS    1968 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Word-problems language 
CAS    1967   United States    
CASDAL    1971   United States   High-level data language for the database machine CASSM 
CASE    1988   United States   MOdule interconnection language 
Case ALGOL    1961 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL 60 from Case 
CAT    1990   United States    
Catalysis    1998   United States   Object modelling language  
Catalyst    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States    
CATALYST/NBS    1972 CAI languages   United States   Authoring/Programming environment at UoP 
CATL    1969 Plan languages   United States   Computer-Assisted Template Layout 
CATO    1966 CAI languages   United States    
CBASIC    1980   United States    
CBCL    1975   United States    
CCAS    1976   United States    
CCEL    1993   United States   Constraint programmign in C++ 
CCL    1988   United States    
CCL    1966 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Querying language 
CCNPascal    1979 Pascals   United States   Concurrent pascal dialect  
CCP    1967 Command systems   United States    
CD/KS    1980   United States    
CDC Fortran    1967 Non Standard FIV   United States   Advanced scientific Fortran by CDC 
CDC-Pascal    1975 Pascals   United States   Pascal for te CDC 6000 
CDL    1970 Command systems   United States   Control Definition Language 
CDL    1965 Digital   United States   Computer Design Language 
CDL    1965 Command systems   United States   Command Definition Language for ICES 
CDL 1    1970 Digital   United States   Computer Definition Language 
CDL/370/155    1976 Digital   United States    
CECIL    1991 Prototyping   United States   Prototyped OOL 
Cecil    1988   United States    
Cedar    1983   United States    
Cedar Fortran    1984   United States    
CEL    1995 Prototyping   United States   Prototyped OOL 
CELLSIM    1973 Systems   United States   Cell population simulation 
CELLSIM II    1975 Systems   United States   Cell population simulation language 
CENTAB    1963 Decision tables   United States   Bureau of Census decision table language 
CENTRAN    1975 Microprogramming and HLAs   United States   High level macro assembler 
CFD    1972 Hydraulic/hydrological   United States   Computational Fluid Dynamics. 
C-Flavors    1990   United States   Scheme dialect with OO extensions and coroutines 
CFML    1995   United States   Web markup language for macro substitution 
CFOR    1970 Non Standard FIV   United States   Univac conversational fortran 
Cg    2003   United States   C for Graphical Processors 
Cg    1982   United States    
CGGL    1979   United States    
CGOL    1977   United States   MACLISP with ALGOL syntax 
CHAMIL    1980   United States    
CHAMP    1968 Substrings   United States   String-conscious algol 60 variant 
CHAPEL    2004 HPF   United States   Cray/JPL high productivity HPC language 
CHARM    1992   United States    
CHARM++    1993   United States    
CHARYBDIS    1967 Algebraic   United States   Graphic extensions to Mathlab 
CHEM    1986   United States    
CHEMCSMP    1973 Chemical process languages   United States   CSMP dialect with special features for chemistry modelling 
Chez Scheme    1985   United States   ANSI/IEEE-compliant Scheme compiler 
CHI    1981 Description languages   United States   Logic-based system for transformations 
Chingari conversational APT    1966 Numerical Control   United States   Conversational APT 
CHIP    1956 Symbolic assembly packages   United States   Wright ADC Interpeter for the UNIVAC 1103 
CHISEL    1982   United States    
Church typed-lambda calculus    1941 Strict evaluation LISPs   United States   Church 
CICS    1984   United States    
CIDAS     1968 Expression oriented   United States   Interactive dialect of MIDAS 
CIL    1979   United States    
CIL    1969 Macros   United States   Compiler implementation language 
CILK    1993   United States    
CIMPL    1971 Other PL/Is   United States    
CIMS PL/I    1970 Other PL/Is   United States   Courant PL/I 
CINAPT    1967 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
CINIC    1968 Street basics   United States   DEC teaching subset of BASIC 
CINT    1999   United States   C/C++ Interpreter 
CINTURN    1965 Numerical Control   United States   Cincinatti APT 
Circuit Compilation Language    1972   United States    
CISBOL    1972 Patterns   United States   SNOBOL compiler 
CISP    1970 Plan languages   United States    
CITRAN    1969 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Caltech JOSS 
CITRUS    1963 List   United States   COBOL-based list package 
CL    1994   United States   Control Language 
CL6    1968 List   United States    
Clascal    1983   United States    
CLASP    1971   United States   Computer Language for AeronauticS and Programming - SPL subset 
CLASS    1970 Hybrid   United States    
CLASS    1990   United States    
CLASSIC    1989   United States    
Classtalk    1989   United States    
CLEAR    1976   United States    
CLEM    1958 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Interpretive language for the JOHNNIAC 
Clemens and Matzner    1967 Algebraic   United States   Formac extensions for GR 
CLEOPATRA    1973   United States    
CLG    1981   United States   Command Language Grammar 
CL-I    1960 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Compiler generator language 
Click and Snow FORTH    1986   United States    
CL-II    1961 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Compiler generator language  
C-Linda    1989   United States    
CLIP    1958 Information algebra   United States   Compiler Language for Information Processing 
Clipper    1985   United States    
Clipper 5    1994   United States   Advanced Clipper with iterators and code blocks 
CLIPS    1986 RETE and production   United States   C Language Integrated Production System  
CLIPS/R2    1990 RETE and production   United States   Rete/2 CLIPS 
Clips++    1996 RETE and production   United States   rewrite with extension of CLIPS in C++ 
CLIST    1990   United States    
CLM    1990   United States   Musical composition language 
CLM-2    2000   United States    
CLOS    1988   United States   Common LISP Object System 
Closette    1991   United States    
CLOVER    1996   United States    
CLP    1980   United States   Constraint Logic Programming. 
CLP    1964 List   United States   Cornell List Processor 
clp(FD)    1994   United States   Constraint Programming Language over Finite Domains 
CLP(sigma*)    1989   United States   Constraint Logic Programming with Regular Sets 
CLP*    1989   United States   Constraint Logic Programming with abstractions 
CLPP    1963   United States   Cellular list procssing language 
CLU    1974 Pascals   United States   CLUster programming language - abstractions and iterators 
CLX    1985   United States    
CM Fortran    1988   United States   Fortran for the CM  
CML    1990   United States   Concurrent ML 
CML    1969 Statistical   United States   Yale Medical Group clustering language  
Cmm    2000   United States    
CMN    1990   United States   Musical composition language 
CMS-2    1976   United States   Compiler Monitor System  
CMS-2A    1976   United States    
CMS-2J    1996   United States   Java port of CMS-2 
CMS-2K    1976   United States    
CMS-2L    1976   United States    
CMS-2M    1976   United States    
CMS-2V    1976   United States   Port of CMS-2 to Vax 
CMS-2Y    1976   United States    
Cmusic    1990 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Musical composition language 
COBLOC    1964 Difference Equations   United States   Simulations program 
COBOL    1960 COBOL-60   United States   COmmon Business Oriented Language 
COBOL Edition 1965    1965 COBOL-61   United States   DoD mandated COBOL 
COBOL Narrator    1960 COBOL-60   United States   RCA COBOL 
COBOL Narrator 61    1961 COBOL-61   United States   RCA Cobol 61 
COBOL-61    1961 COBOL-61   United States   First revision of CODASYL COBOL 
COBOL-61 Extended    1963 COBOL-61   United States   COBOL with FACT features 
COBOL-68    1968 COBOL-68   United States   ANS COBOL ANS X3.23-1968 
CodA     1995 OO C family   United States   Multi-level reflective C 
CODAP    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   CDC Symbolic assembler 
Code 2.0    1992 2-D Graphic Languages   United States    
CODEL    1969 Protocol   United States    
Codematic    1961 Chemical formula languages   United States   Cosmetics language 
CodeScript    1992   United States    
CODIT    1970 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
COGENT    1965 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   COmpiler and GENeralized Translator 
COGO    1961 2d shape   United States   CO-ordinate GeOmetry system 
COGO T-Square    1965 Civil   United States    
COGO-90    1964 2D Spreadsheets   United States    
Coherent Parallel C    1988   United States    
COIN    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Johns Hopkins autocoder 
COL    1977   United States   Communications Oriented Language 
Cola      United States    
COLASL    1962 Multiline   United States   Two dimensional mathematical language 
COLINGO    1965 Flat DB   United States    
Cologen    1969 Decision tables   United States    
COMIT    1957 List   United States   String-handling and pattern-matching language 
COMIT II    1963 Patterns   United States   String-handling and pattern-matching language 
COMMEN    1967 Macros   United States   Multiparadigm language 
COMMEND     1965 Civil   United States    
Commercial Compiler    1960 COBOL coeval   United States   Bendix commercial compiler 
Commercial Translator    1959 COBOL coeval   United States    
Common LISP    1981 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States   Consensus-based common dialect of LISP 
Common Music    1989   United States   Musical composition language 
Common Objects    1985   United States    
CommonLoops    1986   United States    
CommSpeak    1986   United States    
COMPAC    1968 Other US historic   United States   UNIVAC Compiler 
COMPACT    1967 Numerical Control   United States   Bendix CAD/NC 
Compact COBOL    1961 COBOL-60   United States   Standard subset of COBOL 
Compact Detap    1970 Decision tables   United States    
COMPACT II    1969 Numerical Control   United States   CAD/NC LAnguage 
COMPASS    1961 Symbolic assemblers   United States    
Compel    1968 Single-assignment   United States   Single assignment language 
COMPILE    2000   United States    
COMPILER I    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Boeing 1103A compiler 
Compiler II-SOAP II    1957 Internal Translators   United States   Case SOAP compiler 
COMPOOL    1952 Other DPLs   United States   Shared data system for SAGE 
Compositional C++    1992   United States   parallel language 
Comprehensive    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   MIT Combined interactive and automatic coding system 
COMPROSL    1969 Formulaic   United States   COMpound PROcedural Scientific Language 
COMPUTE    1971 Arithmetic   United States   Interactive calulator for 7094 
Computer Compiler    1969 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States    
Computer Operations Language    1957 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Machine-independent language 
COMPUTEST    1964 CAI languages   United States   CAI and interviewing language 
COMPUTEST II    1965 CAI languages   United States   CAI and interviewing language 
COMPUTEST II-D    1966 CAI languages   United States   CAI and interviewing language 
COMSITE    1969 External systems testing   United States   language for SITE testing devices 
COMTRAN    1969 External systems testing   United States   Communications Computer Language 
COMTRAN    1958 COBOL coeval   United States   Commercial Translator 
CONCISE    1981   United States    
Concurrent Aggregates    1989   United States    
Concurrent C    1986   United States    
Concurrent C++    1988   United States   Concurrent C with classes 
Concurrent Pascal    1972 Pascals   United States   Dialect of Pascal which supports monitors  
Concurrent Prolog    1983 Horn clause   United States    
CONDOR    1980   United States    
conGolog    1994   United States    
ConIcon    1988   United States    
ConMan    1988   United States   Visual Programming Language 
CONNIVER    1973   United States    
Constraint Algol    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States   Algol 60 with constraints 
CONSTRAINTS    1978   United States    
Consul    1981   United States    
CONTRANS    1960   United States    
Conversational FORTRAN V    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States    
CONVERT    1966 List   United States   String processing language hybrid of COMIT and LISP 
CONVERT    1976   United States    
COOL    1990   United States    
CORAL    1993   United States   Language for deductive database 
CORAL    1964 Ring   United States   Class Oriented Ring Associated Language 
Coral++    1993   United States   Object-oriented language for deductive databases 
CORBIE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   NBS 704 Autocode 
CORC    1963 Other Conversational   United States   CORnell Compiler 
Coroutine Pascal    1975 Pascals   United States    
CORREGATE    1969 Internal Translators   United States    
CORTRAN    1965 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   Cornell FORTRAN 
CosmicOS    2000   United States    
CourseWriter    1966 CAI languages   United States   CAI Language 
Coursewriter III    1968 CAI languages   United States    
Coursewriter IIS    1967 CAI languages   United States   Computer aided instruction language 
CP/67 SCRIPT    1967 Macros   United States   Text processing language  
C-Pilot    1988   United States   Computer aided instruction language 
CPL    1964 Other PL/Is   United States   Conversational Programming Language 
CPL    1981   United States   Primos command language 
CPL    1995   United States   Cell modelling interactions 
CPL    1975   United States   DARPA Common Prototyping Language 
CPL    2000   United States   Call Processing Language 
CPL    2000   United States   Querying language for Kleisli 
CPS    1963 Optimisation and LP   United States   Critical Path System 
CPS    1978   United States   Continuation Passing Style 
CPS    1965 Other Conversational   United States   Conversational Programming System 
CPSS    1963   United States    
CQLF    1982 Network DB   United States   Networked query lagnuage 
Cramer and Strauss hybrid oriented language    1966 External systems control   United States    
Crawford FORTH    1989   United States    
Cray Fortran    1979   United States   Array processing FORTRAN for the Cray 
CRL    1984 Frame languages   United States   Frame language 
CRML    1992   United States    
CROSSTABS    1977   United States    
Crystal    1986   United States    
CS    1985   United States   Robotics language 
CS-1    1962 COBOL coeval   United States   UNIVAC data-processing autocode 
CS-4    1975 Wirth Algols   United States   Intermetrics System Lanugage 
csh    1975 Command systems   United States   Command language and environmnet for UNIX 
CSMP    1965 Expression oriented   United States   Continuous System Modeling Program 
CSMP III    1972   United States    
CSound    1985 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Sound construction language 
CSP    1990   United States    
CSSL    1967 Expression oriented   United States   Continuous System Simulation Language 
CST    1988   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
cT    1989   United States    
c-talk    1992   United States    
CTL    1968 External systems testing   United States   Testing language 
CTSS    1961 Command systems   United States   Command language for CTSS 
CUBE    1992 3-D Visual Languages   United States   Three-dimensional visual language for higher-order logic 
CUCH    1966 Lazy Evaluation FPs   United States    
Culler-Fried System    1961 Arithmetic   United States   Interactive mathematics environment 
CUPID    1975 Other visual query languages   United States   Graphic interactive query language 
CUPL    1967 Other Conversational   United States   Cornell University Programming Language 
Curl    1995   United States   Content creation language for the Internet 
Curry Combinatorials    1958 Other lambda   United States    
Curry programming system    1948 Other US historic   United States   Special notation system to program the ENIAC 
CUT-AS    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   UNIVAC assembler 
CVL    1993   United States    
CWIC    1970 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States    
C-XSC     1993 CPL, BCPL and B   United States   Extensions to C++ for scientific computing 
CYBIL      United States    
CYCL    1988 Frame languages   United States   Frame language for CYC 
Cyclone    1998   United States    
CYCLONE Initial orders    1955 Initial orders   United States   CYCLONE's initial orders 
Cymbal    1999   United States   Database language 
CypherText    1970 Editing and processing   United States    
Cyrano    1986   United States    
D-0    1959 COBOL coeval   United States    
DAC    1960 Arithmetic   United States   Initial Culler system 
DAC-I    1966 2d shape   United States   GM Design system 
DAda    1990   United States    
DAG    1989   United States    
Daisy    1988   United States    
DAISY    Ad hoc query languages   United States   query language for decision support 
DAISY 201    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   G-15 Autocoder 
DALI    1974 2d shape   United States   Graphical display language 
DAM    1962 Statistical   United States   Stats and reporting package 
DAMN    1970 Mechanical   United States    
DAP    1963 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Assembler for CCC DDP 24 
DAPAL    1963 External systems control   United States   Daystrom control language 
DAPLEX    1979   United States   Data language 
DARE    1969 Differential Equations   United States   Continuous simulation languages 
DARE P    1975 Differential Equations   United States   Continuous simulation languages 
Dare P/l    1980   United States    
DARE/ELEVEN    1970 Difference Equations   United States   Continuous simulation languages 
DARE-II    1975 Differential Equations   United States   Continuous simulation languages 
DARE-III    1978 Differential Equations   United States   Continuous simulation languages  
DARMS    1975 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Music programming language 
DARSIMCO    1956 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   DArtmouth SIMplified COde 
DART    1959 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   Simplified FORTRAN + brackets 
DartCVL    1995   United States    
Dartmouth BASIC    1964 Dartmouth Basics   United States    
Darwin    1987 Horn clause   United States   Law-based OO prolog 
Darwin    1987   United States    
DAS    1957 Other DPLs   United States   UNIVAC Data system 
DAS    1962 Expression oriented   United States   Digital Analog Simulator 
Data Structures Language    1968 Other IAL Coeval   United States   MAD dialect with extensions for lists and graphics 
Data/BASIC    1970 Hierarchical DB   United States   Scripting language for PickOS 
dataBASIC    1970 Ad hoc query languages   United States    
Data-beads    1965 3d shape   United States   3d CAD storage and representation system 
DATABUS    1972 Other DPLs   United States   DATApoint BUSiness Language.  
DATACODE I    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Burrough compiler 
Dataflow    1970   United States    
DATAN    1966 Optimisation and LP   United States    
DATANAL    1968 Statistical   United States    
Dataplot    1978 Visualisation   United States    
DATA-TEXT    1967 Statistical   United States   Batched data analysis system 
DATATRIEVE    1983 Other DPLs   United States   DEC 4gl 
DATATRIEVE-11    1976 Other DPLs   United States   DEC Query language for PDP-11 
DataVis    1991   United States    
Davies decision table simulation language    1974 Decision tables   United States   Simulation language with decision tables 
dBase 5    1989   United States    
dBASE II    1980   United States    
dBase III    1982   United States    
dBase III Plus    1985   United States    
dBase IV    1989   United States    
DBC    1993   United States   Data-parallel Bit-serial C 
DBL    1968   United States    
DBTG    1973   United States    
dbWeb    1995   United States   Web data scripting language 
dBXL      United States   dBase super clone 
DC    1978   United States   Desk calculator 
DCALGOL    1970 True ALGOL60s   United States   Data Communications ALGOL 
DCDL    1969 Digital   United States   Computer simulation system 
DDA    1957 Expression oriented   United States   Digital differential analyzer simulator 
DDL    1964 2d shape   United States   Drawing Descriptive Language 
DDL    1985   United States   Data Definition Language  
DDL    1991   United States   Data Definition Language 
DDL    1985   United States   adventure defintion language 
DDL    1968 Digital   United States   Digital Design Language 
DDL    1972   United States   CODASYL Data Definition Language 
DDL    1972   United States   Data Definition Language 
DDL-P    1978   United States   PASCAL implementation of DDL 
DDM    1978   United States    
DDN    1974 Single-assignment   United States   Data-Driven Nets 
DDT    1963 Command systems   United States    
DEACON    1962 Ad hoc query languages   United States   English-like query system 
DEBL    1988   United States    
DECAL    1960 Other Algol 60s   United States   DEC simplified Algol 
DECAL    1965 CAI languages   United States   Digital CAI language 
DECAL-BBN    1963 Other Algol 60s   United States   DEC simplified Algol 
Decision Making    1960 Decision tables   United States   Declarative language 
DECIUS    1970 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
DECmpp    1992   United States    
Dectab    1971 Decision tables   United States   Courant Institute decision table language 
DEFINE    1975   United States    
Deftab    1971 Decision tables   United States   Courant Institute decision table language 
DEL    1971 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Variable instruction set abstract interpreter 
DELILA    1982   United States   DNA description Language 
Delirium    1991   United States    
DELISA    1975   United States    
DELPHI    1992   United States    
DELPHI-SPEAKEASY    1971 Matrix   United States   Speakeasy ported to the DELPHI 
Delta      United States   String-processing language for Tandems 
delta    1986   United States   Hybrid functional/logic languages  
Delta    1970 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
Deltatalk    1987   United States   Smalltalk 
DELtran    1975 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   Fortran interpreted to DEL 
DEM    1996   United States    
DEMETER    1995   United States    
DEPI    1957 Expression oriented   United States   Continuous simulation language 
DEPI 4    1959 Differential Equations   United States   Continuous simulation language 
DESCAL CL6    1969   United States    
DESCRIPTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Descriptive FORTRAN from NU 
Design System    1976   United States    
DESIGNPAD    1969 2d shape   United States   Graphical language for specifying instructions to text-based systems 
DESIRE    1982 Difference Equations   United States    
Desktop Calculator Formac    1966 Formulaic   United States    
DESL    1999   United States    
DESPL/l    1973 Event scheduling   United States   Discrete event simulation language 
DETAB/65    1964 Decision tables   United States   SHARE/SIGPLAN decision table language 
DETAB/66    1965 Decision tables   United States   Revised version of DETAB 
Detab-66    1966 Decision tables   United States    
DETAB-67    1967 Decision tables   United States   CODASYLDETAB-X 
DETAB-70    1970 Decision tables   United States   1970 DETAB 
DETAB-X    1960 Decision tables   United States   Decision table-aware dialect of COBOL 
DETAP    1965 Decision tables   United States   Single paragraph COBOL writer 
DETOC    1970 Decision tables   United States   ISL decision table language 
DETRAN    1968 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
DFORMAT    1988   United States   Language for depicting data structures 
dforth    2000   United States    
DFPL    1972 Single-assignment   United States   Pure graphical dataflow language 
DG/L    1970 2d shape   United States   CAD language 
DG/L    1973 Other Algol 60s   United States   Data General Algol 60 
DIAL    1977   United States    
DIAL    1970 Reactive   United States    
DIALECT      United States    
DIALGOL    1963 True Algol58s   United States    
DIALOG    1966 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Interactive math using graphics tablet 
DIAN    1966 2d shape   United States   Simulation language 
DIANA    1967 Digital   United States   Hybrid of Pactolus and CSSL 
DIANA    1981   United States   Descriptive Intermediate Attributed Notation for Ada 
DIBOL    1970 Other DPLs   United States    
DICE    1991   United States   OO CAE system  
DICON    1991   United States    
Dictionary APL    1965 Array   United States   nickname for Sharp APL 
DIDAS    1957 Differential Equations   United States   Simulations language 
DIET    1975   United States    
DIGEST    1962 Statistical   United States   Diebold Group statiistical analysis language 
DIGRAF    1977   United States    
DIL    2000   United States    
DIM    1968 Reactive   United States   Interactive visual language 
DIMATE    1966 External systems testing   United States    
DINO    1990   United States   parallel programming language 
DIP    1963 Other US historic   United States    
Director      United States   Animated programming lagnuage for children 
DISCOURSE    1970 Space planning   United States    
DISPEL    1981   United States   Run-Time Debugging Language 
DISPLAY    1972   United States    
display-focal    1976 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Graphics extensions to focal 
DISPLAYTRAN    1968 Other visual query languages   United States    
Distributed Smalltalk    1980   United States    
Distributed Smalltalk-Object    2000   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
Distributed Smalltalk-Process    2000   United States   Concurrent OO Language 
DITCH    1968 CAI languages   United States    
DITRAN    1967 Non Standard FIV   United States   Diagnostic FORTRAN 
DITROFF    1982   United States   Device Independent TROFF 
DL      United States   Description Language 
DL Logo    1985   United States    
DL*    1975   United States    
DL/I    1966 Flat DB   United States   Data Language/I 
DLG      United States    
DLI    1966 3d shape   United States   3d CAD system 
DLT    1968 Decision tables   United States   Decision table generator 
DM-1    1967 Hierarchical DB   United States   Data Manager 1 
DMAD    1973   United States    
DMALGOL    1966 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL with data extensions 
DMAP    1975 COBOL-68   United States   Parallel Cobol 
DMAWK    1990   United States   Database language based on AWK 
DMIS    1987   United States    
DML    1972 Hierarchical DB   United States   Data manipulation language for IMS 
DML    1992   United States    
DML    1965 COBOL coeval   United States   Honeywell Data Management Language 
DMS    1968 Report Generators   United States    
DMS2    1972   United States    
DOC    1979   United States   Tex processing and formatting language 
DOCUS    1969 Other Conversational   United States   Interactive system 
DOD Cobol    1966 COBOL-61   United States   UNIVAC version of DoD mandated COBOL  
DOD specification    1975 Wirth Algols   United States    
DoD-1    1978   United States   Interim name for Ada 
DOE Macsyma    1984   United States    
DOI    1952 Initial orders   United States   Wheeler 
DOL    1969 Layout and display   United States    
Donaghey and Ozkul Statistics Language    1971 Statistical   United States    
DOPE    1962 Flowcharts   United States   Simplified HLA for student translation of flowcharts 
DOUBLE-QUICK    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Early floating point system 
DOUGLAS    1952 Macroassemblers   United States   Douglas SM Macro-assembler 
DOW COMPILER    1959 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Dow Chemicals Autocoder 
DPL    1979 C family   United States   mmp Parallel Language 
DPL    1968 Generalised programming   United States   Dataless Programming Language 
DPL    1968 Hierarchical DB   United States   Data Processing Language 
DPL    1968 2d shape   United States    
d-Prolog    1988 Horn clause   United States   Defeasible Prolog 
DPS    1960 Other DPLs   United States   IBM data processing system for STRETCH 
Dracula    1961 Symbolic assemblers   United States   CCC Symbolic assembler 
DRAG    1988   United States   PIC preprocessor language for directed graphs 
DRAWL    1969 2d shape   United States   Computer graphics language 
DRAWL 70    1970 2d shape   United States   Drawing language 
DROOL    1993   United States    
DRUCO I    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   In-house autocode for IBM 650 
DSCN    1962 List   United States   Generator for IPL-V code 
DSL/360    1967 Analog   United States   Analog simulation language for the IBM 360 
DSL/90    1965 Digital   United States   Computer simulation language 
DSM    1989   United States   Data Structure Manager 
DSM      United States   DIGITAL Standard MUMPS 
DSPL    1967 Category theory   United States   Display Systems Programming Language 
DSPLD    1970 Digital   United States    
DTABL    1970 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
DTP    1994   United States    
DTT    1970 Decision tables   United States   Decision table language 
DUAL    1953 Low-level Autocoders   United States   autocoder with emulated floating point 
DUAL-607    1953 Macroassemblers   United States   Los Alamos Macro-assembler for IBM 701 
Duke ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   Duke University ALGOL 60 
DUMBO    1957 Other US historic   United States   Babcock and Wilcox interpreter/compiler for Burrough Datatron 205 
Dunten algebraic language    1963 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic language 
Durra    1986   United States    
dVoice    1991 Labelled Matrix   United States   Voice-capable dBase 
DYANA    1958 Difference Equations   United States   Dynamic systams language 
DYL250    1968 Hierarchical DB   United States    
DYL260    1971   United States   Auditing language 
DYL280    1978   United States   Auditing language 
DYNAMO    1959 Expression oriented   United States   DYNAmic MOdels simulation  
DYNAMO HI/370    1975   United States    
DYNAMO II    1970 Expression oriented   United States   Dynamo in AED for 704 
DYNAMO II/370    1976   United States    
DYNAMO II/F    1976 Process interaction   United States   Dynamo II outputting Fortran IV 
DYNAMO III    1980   United States    
Dynamo III/370    1980   United States    
DYNAMO III/F+    1983   United States    
Dynamo IV    1983   United States    
DYNASAR    1962 Difference Equations   United States   GE Systems simulation language 
DYNO    1991   United States    
DYSAC    1961 Difference Equations   United States   Continuous simulation system 
DYSTAL    1965 List   United States   Array-based list-processing for Fortran 
DYSTAL 2    1967 List   United States   Array-based list-processing for Fortran 
E    1989   United States   C++ persistent dialect with data types 
Eager    1988   United States    
Early ALTRAN    1963 Algebraic   United States   A FORTRAN extension for rational algebra 
Ease    1990   United States   Semitically validated Linda Occam hybrid 
EASE    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   GM Allison autocode 
EAS-E    1983   United States    
EASE II    1956   United States    
EASEL    1994   United States   DSL for user-defined applications 
EASIAC    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder for the Michigan U Midac 
EASL    1966 Expression oriented   United States   continuous simulation language 
EASY    1960 Macroassemblers   United States   Honeywell macro-assembler 
EASY    1972 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Intermediate language 
EASY    1967 Generation of JOSS II   United States    
EASY ENGLISH    1968 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Information retrieval language 
EASY FOX    1954 Autocode Coeval   United States   Rand autocode for Johhniac 
EASYCODER    1960 COBOL-60   United States   Automatic code generator from template cards 
EasyLanguage    1984   United States    
EASYTRIEVE    1969 Hierarchical DB   United States    
EBasic    1983   United States    
ec    1985   United States    
ECAP    1965 Differential Equations   United States   Electronic Circuit Analysis Program 
ECAP II    1970   United States    
ECL    1970 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Harvard Extensible Computer Language 
Eclectic CSP    2000   United States    
Eclipse    1989 RETE and production   United States   Extended CLIPS 
ECSS    1975   United States   Simluations language 
ECSS II    1975   United States    
ed    1970 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   syntax-driven editor for unix 
EDEN    1999   United States    
Edison    1980   United States   Simplified coroutine Pascal for teaching 
EDIT    1968   United States    
Editing Generator    1952 Sorting and editing systems   United States   Autocoder system for UNIVAC  
EDL      United States    
EDVAC/ORDVAC coding    1952 Symbolic assemblers   United States   BRL Assembler library for the VAC computers 
EERIE    1963 Symbolic assemblers   United States   CYCLONE's symbolic interpreter 
EFL    1979   United States   Extended FORTRAN Language 
EGL      United States    
EGS3    1973 Monte Carlo   United States   SLAC Monte Carlo system 
EGS4    1985 Monte Carlo   United States   Monte Carlo system at SLAC 
EIN    1971   United States    
EISI-EAL    1980   United States   Engineering Analysis Language  
EL1    1970 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Extensible Language 
ELATE    1971   United States   Hughes Aircraft 
Electra    1995   United States    
Elephant 2000    2000   United States    
ELF    1972   United States    
ELF    1968 Macros   United States    
ELFBOL    1973   United States    
ELHILL    1972 Information Retrieval   United States   Text retrieval language 
ELI    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Equitable Life 705 autocode 
ELI    1974 Strict evaluation LISPs   United States   Embedded Lisp Interpreter 
ELISP    1980 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
ELLPACK    1983   United States    
Elmo Compiler    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocode at Livermore 
ELMOL    1970 Sound-Synthesis   United States    
ELP    1975   United States    
ELP    1971 External systems testing   United States   English language avionics testing 
EMACS LISP    1980 Lazy Evaluation LISPs   United States    
Emerald    1987   United States   polymorphic object-oriented distributed programming language/environment 
EMILY    1970   United States    
EMPL    1976   United States   Microprogramming language 
English    1968 Other US historic   United States   English as a programming language 
Enhanced Show-and-Tell    1990   United States    
ENIAC short code    1946 Initial orders   United States   Clippinger/von Neumann short code 
ENIAC stored program    1943 Other US historic   United States   Von Neumann 
EOL    1968 Experiment control and recording   United States   Experimenter Oriented Language 
EPL    1984 Pascals   United States   Eden Programming Language - concurrent 
EPL    1966 IBM PL/Is   United States   Early PL/1 
EPL    1991 Algebraic   United States   Equational language for parallel scientific applications 
EPL    1969 Macros   United States   Programming language for ESS machines 
EPL    1974 Forecasting   United States   Economic Programming Language  
EPS    1975   United States    
EQ    1996   United States    
EqL    1989   United States    
EQN    1975   United States    
EQUEL    1976   United States    
ERFPI    1959   United States    
ERL    1971 Response languages   United States   Evoked Response Language 
Ernst    1967 Expression oriented   United States    
ERROL    1983   United States   Entity-relationship, role oriented, query language 
es    1990   United States   Expert System 
es    1993   United States   Extensible shell 
ES-1    1969 Editing and processing   United States    
ESCAPE    1957 Autocode Coeval   United States   Curtiss Wright interpretive autocode 
ESI    1966 Generation of JOSS I   United States   Engineering and Scientific Interpreter  
ESIX    1967 Generation of JOSS I   United States   ESI extended, JOSS dialect 
ESL    1991 Robotics   United States    
ESP    1971 Forecasting   United States   Econometric Software Package 
ESP    1970 Wirth Algols   United States   Extra Simple Pascal  
ESP    2002   United States    
ESP    1970 Algebraic   United States   Symbolic maths system 
ESP³    1977   United States   Extended SNOBOL Picture Pattern Processor 
ESPL/I    1978   United States    
ESPOL    1968 Other Algol 60s   United States   Executive System Problem Oriented Language 
ETC    1971   United States    
ETF    1961 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Early query language 
ETRAN    1964 Monte Carlo   United States   NIST Monte Carlo system 
Etude    1979 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Music programming language 
EULER    1965 Pascals   United States   Wirth Algol 
EULER-G    1970 2d shape   United States    
EULOR      United States    
Eurisko    1978   United States    
Evans's Decision Table Language    1960 Decision tables   United States    
EXATRAN    1969 Algebraic   United States   NASA maths language 
EXEC    1974   United States    
EXEC2    1977   United States    
expect    1991   United States    
EXPLOR    1972 Animation   United States   Animation language 
Express    1991   United States   NIST Data definition language 
Extended ALGOL    1964 True ALGOL60s   United States    
Extended Fortran    1967 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   ICS Fortran II 
Extended Prolog    1986   United States    
Extensible LSD    1971   United States    
EXTRACT    1965 Ad hoc query languages   United States   Querying language 
EZ    1984   United States    
FAC    1986 Lazy Evaluation FPs   United States   Functional alternative to APL 
Facile    1989 Lazy Evaluation FPs   United States   SML with CCS style processes 
FACS    1962 Autocode Coeval   United States   Georgia Lockheed version of FLAIR 
FACSIMILE    1976 Differential Equations   United States   Biological simulation language 
FACT    1958 COBOL coeval   United States   Fully Automated Compiling Technique 
Fact Compiler Language    1960 Flat DB   United States   Restricted ENglish querying language 
FAD    1987   United States    
FAD    1980   United States    
FAIL    1970 Symbolic assemblers   United States    
FAIR    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Kodak Eastman interpretive autocoder 
FAMOUS    1966 Algebraic   United States   Algebraic system 
FAP    1959 Symbolic assemblers   United States   FORTRAN Assembly Program  
FAP    1956 Symbolic assembly packages   United States   Lockheed interpreter for Univac 1103A 
FARGO    1960 Report Generators   United States   Report generation package for the IBM 1401 
FASBOL    1971 Patterns   United States   Snobol compiler 
FASE    1969 Semantic   United States    
FAST    1959 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   FORTRAN compiler 
FASTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Indiana FORTRAN 
FCL    1996   United States   Command interface language 
FCL    1985   United States   Firing Control Language 
FCL    1983   United States   Felix Command Language 
FEL    1982   United States   Function Equation Language 
FEL    1982 Robotics   United States   Feature Extraction Language 
FEMALE    1982   United States   Finite element modelling language 
FFL    1968   United States    
FFP    1977   United States   Formal FP 
FGL    1979   United States   Flow Graph Lisp 
FGL    1979   United States   Function Graph Language. 
FGRAAL    1972 Graph   United States   Fortran Graph extensions 
FIDIL    1988   United States   Array based language with domains and regions as first class elements 
FIELDCOM    1961   United States    
Fifth    1985   United States    
File Maintenance and Report/File Writing    1960 Report Generators   United States   Early IBM Data processing language 
FILECOMP    1967 Generation of JOSS II   United States    
FILES    1975 Other DPLs   United States   Retrieval language for engineering 
Fischer IT    1958 Internal Translators   United States   Enhanced IT3 
FITZWATER Autocoder    1964 High-level Autocoders   United States   Autocoder with Fortran loops and subscripts 
FL    1985   United States   Function Level 
FL    1987   United States    
FL0    1987   United States    
FLAIR    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Autocode for 650 
FLAN    1981 Vector   United States   Vector processing language 
FLAP    1965   United States    
FLAP    1965 Symbolic   United States    
FLAT    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Indiana load and go FORTRAN 
Flavors    1980   United States    
Flavors Band    1984 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Musical composition language 
FLEX    1975   United States    
FLEX    1991   United States   Dynamic real-time language  
FLEX    1967 List   United States   Simplification of Simula leading to Smalltalk 
FLEX    1960 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Intermediate language for the ALA system 
FLEXIMATIC    1958 Generalised programming   United States   General library programming system  
FLING    1975   United States    
FLINT    1997   United States    
FLIP    1966 List   United States   Format List Processor 
FLIP    1954 Symbolic assembly packages   United States   Floating point interpretive program 
FLIP    1954 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Floating point interpretive program 
FLIP/SPUR    1955 Symbolic assembly packages   United States   Combination of autocode and assembler for UNIVAC 1103 
FLIPPER    1962 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Bendix autocoder 
FLIP-SPUR    1955 Low-level Autocoders   United States   Combination of autocode and assembler for UNIVAC 1103 
FLO    1989   United States   Flowchart preprocessor for PIC 
Floating Decimal System    1952   United States    
FLOCO    1957 Low-level Autocoders   United States    
FlooP    1979   United States   Toy imperative language 
FLOP    1953 Intermediate languages and VMs   United States   Lockheed virtual machine for IBM 701 
Flow Diagrams    1946 Flowcharts   United States   Graph based visual program language 
Flow Simulator    1963 Process interaction   United States   RCA flow simulation language 
Flowchart    1950   United States   Graphical programming system 
FLOW-MATIC    1957 COBOL coeval   United States   Release name for B-0, Possibly the first English-like DP language 
Floyd - Evans language    1960 Grammar and Syntax-oriented   United States   Symbolic manipulation language 
FLPL    1958 List   United States   FORTRAN List Processing Language 
FLUB    1973 Symbolic assemblers   United States   Assembler for abstract machine 
Fm    1984   United States    
FMILL    1968 Numerical Control   United States   NC language 
FMPL    1976 Prototyping   United States   Prototyping OOL 
FMPS    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States    
FMS    1960 Macroassemblers   United States   FORTRAN Macroassembler System 
FOAM    1992   United States    
FOCAL    1968 Generation of JOSS I   United States   FOrmula CALculator. - JOSS family 
FOCAL    1979   United States   Forty-One CAlculator Language 
FOCAL PLUS    1985 Arithmetic   United States   HP FOCAL extended 
FOCAL/F    1972 Generation of JOSS I   United States   FOCAL for the PDP OS/8 
FOCAL/RT    1976 Generation of JOSS I   United States   RT FOCAL 
FOCAL-11    1970 Generation of JOSS I   United States   PDP-11 version of FOCAL 
FOCAL-12    1975 Generation of JOSS I   United States   FOCAL for the PDP-12 
FOCAL-15    1978 Generation of JOSS II   United States   FOCAL for the PDP-15 
FOCAL-69    1969 Generation of JOSS I   United States   1969 version of FOCAL 
FOCAL-71    1971 Generation of JOSS I   United States   1971 version of FOCAL 
FOCAL-81    1981 Generation of JOSS I   United States   1981 version of FOCAL 
FOCUS    1979 Hierarchical DB   United States   Hierarchical database language 
FOIL    1968 CAI languages   United States    
FOL    1976   United States    
FOL    1973   United States    
foogol    1985   United States    
FOOL    Strict evaluation LISPs   United States   Small Scheme 
FOOPS    1987   United States    
FOQL    2000   United States   Fuzzy Object Query Language 
FORAL    1975   United States    
FORAL LP    1978   United States   FORAL with light pen 
FORAST    1960 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   Formula and Assembly Translator 
FORBLOC    1964 Difference Equations   United States   Simulations language 
FORC    1957 Algebraic   United States   Simple algebraic system at Redstone 
FORCE    Labelled Matrix   United States   dBASE dialect for MS-DOS 
Force III    1967 Street basics   United States   Conversational FORTRAN 4 
FORD GRAPHICS SYSTEM    Numerical Control   United States    
Ford-Columbia Input Language    1970 Sound-Synthesis   United States   Music programming language 
FORGE    1988 CAI languages   United States   Computer aided instruction language 
FORGO    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Learner FORTRAN 
FORKADS    1991   United States    
FORMAC    1962 Formulaic   United States   FORmula MAnipulation Compiler 
FORMAL    1985   United States    
FORMAL    1971   United States    
FORMAN    1991   United States    
FORMAT-FORTRAN    1968 Non Standard FIV   United States    
FORMOST    1962 Symbolic assemblers   United States   UNIVAC assembler 
Forms    1986   United States    
Forms/2    1989   United States    
FORMS/3    1990   United States    
Formula    1991   United States    
Formula ALGOL    1962 True ALGOL60s   United States   ALGOL dialect for algebraic manipulation 
Formula Pascal    1977   United States    
Fornax    1994 Array   United States   APL with patterns 
FORSIM    1964 Difference Equations   United States   Fotran dialect for simulation 
Forsythe    1988   United States    
FORTAB    1962 Decision tables   United States   A Decision Table Language for Scientific Computing Applications 
FORTH    1963 Stack   United States    
FORTH 77    1977   United States    
FORTH 79    1979   United States    
FORTH 83    1983   United States    
FORTRAN    1954 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Backus et al high-level compiler 
FORTRAN 63    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   CDC Fortran with extensible arithmetic 
FORTRAN 66    1966 FORTRAN 66 standard   United States    
Fortran D    1991   United States   Parallel extension to FORTAN  
FORTRAN H    1969 FORTRAN IV standard   United States    
FORTRAN II    1958 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   FORTRAN v2 
FORTRAN II-D    1965 Fortran I-III Variants   United States    
FORTRAN III    1958 Strict Early Fortrans   United States   Interim Fortran 
FORTRAN IV    1962 FORTRAN IV standard   United States   first major release of FORTRAN 
Fortran M    1992   United States    
FORTRAN V    1962 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Interim FORTRAN with string and character handling 
FORTRAN V    1966 Non Standard FIV   United States   Univac super-Fortran for the 1108 
FORTRAN VI    1963 FORTRAN IV standard   United States    
FORTRAN-FORTRAN    1963 Fortran I-III Variants   United States   Livermore FORTRAN 
FORTRAN-RPG    1970 Report Generators   United States    
FORTRAN-SC    1987   United States    
FORTRANSIT    1956 Fortran I-III Coeval   United States   FORTRAN Internal Translator 
Fortress    2004 HPF   United States   Sun high productivity HPC language 
FORTRUNCIBLE    1959 Autocode Coeval   United States   FORTRAN/RUNCIBLE 
FOSIL    1973