S-Lang

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S-Lang

(language)
A small but highly functional embedded interpreter. S-Lang was a stack-based postfix language resembling Forth and BC/DC with limited support for infix notation. Now it has a C-like infix syntax. Arrays, stings, integers, floating-point and autoloading are all suported. The editor JED embeds S-lang.

S-Lang is available under the GNU Library General Public License. It runs on MS-DOS, Unix, and VMS.

Latest version: 0.94, as of 1993-06-12.

ftp://amy.tch.harvard.edu/.

E-mail: John E. Davis <davis@tch.harvard.edu>.