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TEMPLATE LANGUAGE
RULE-BASED LANGUAGE
LANGUAGE
FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
ALGOL
ALGOL 60
FORTRAN
PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE
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    This Review contains major "Procedural Language"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Using a procedural language, the programmer specifies language statements to perform a sequence of algorithmic steps. (Web site)
  2. An example (non-imperative) procedural language is LOGO, which specifies sequences of steps to perform but does not have an internal state. (Web site)

Template Language

  1. XSL is a template language, not a procedural language. (Web site)

Rule-Based Language

  1. Ladder logic can be thought of as a rule-based language, rather than a procedural language.

Language

  1. Procedural language A language which states how to compute the result of a given problem. (Web site)

Functional Programming Languages

  1. Functional programming languages rely heavily on recursion, using it where a procedural language would use iteration.

Algol

  1. Jovial is a block-structured procedural language derived from early versions of Algol.

Algol 60

  1. Algol 68 Algol 68 is a procedural language designed under the auspices of IFIP Working Group 2.1 as a successor to Algol 60. (Web site)

Fortran

  1. Although originally a procedural language, recent versions of Fortran have included some features to support object-oriented programming.
  2. And perhaps you have done some programming, in a procedural language like Fortran or Basic. (Web site)

Procedural Language

  1. Icon is an imperative, procedural language with a syntax reminiscent of C and Pascal, but with semantics at a much higher level.
  2. The other major classification of languages distinguishes between imperative languages, procedural language and declarative languages. (Web site)

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  1. Imperative Languages
  2. Declarative Languages
  3. Functional Programming Languages
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