application development language

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application development language

[‚ap·lə′kā·shən di′vel·əp·mənt ‚laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A very-high-level programming language that generates coding in a conventional programming language or provides the user of a data-base management system with a programming language that is easier to implement than conventional programming languages.
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Then, on top of OpenFPM, with Professor Jeronimo Castrillon, the chair of programming languages and compiler construction at TU Dresden, we are developing a domain-specific programming language and an optimising compiler.
17), Robert Glass argued that domain-specific programming languages are better than generalized languages augmented by libraries of add-on functions.
(2) the design of domain-specific programming languages;

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