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Designed 1986 ↑ 1980s languages ↑ Fifth generation↑ Late Cold War↑ ## DoNaLD(ID:5276/don001)alternate simple viewDesigned 1986 for "a definitive notation for line-drawing" definitive notation for 2-d line-drawing from page " Its underlying algebra has the data types: integer, real, boolean, char, point, line, arc, circle, ellipse, shape and label. A shape is a set of points and lines. A point is represented by a pair of scalar values {x,y}. Points can be treated as position vectors, in that they can be added and multiplied by a scalar factor. A line is a line segment that joins two points. The operators currently implemented in DoNaLD include: arithmetic operators + * div float() trunc() if ... then ... else ... basic geometric operators .1 .2 .x .y {,} [,] + * dist() intersects() intersect() translate() rot() scale() label() circle() ellipse() " References: Resources Search in: Google Google scholar World Cat Yahoo Overture DBLP Monash bib NZ IEEE ACM portal CiteSeer CSB ncstrl jstor Bookfinder |