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Euphoria

End User Programming with Hierarchical Objects for Robust Interpreted Applications. Interpreted language with dynamic storage and dynamic typing. Rapid Deployment Software.

E-mail: <robert.craig@canrem.com>.

Euphoria

 

an elevated, joyful mood and feeling of satisfaction and well-being not consistent with objective circumstances. Individuals experiencing euphoria are usually optimistic and impervious to negative affects. Euphoria may be combined with an accelerated flow of thoughts and a tendency to vivid fantasizing, energetic but unproductive activity, and disinhibited desires. It may also be combined with slow thinking, passivity, inertness, and apathy.

Euphoria may be induced by small amounts of alcohol, morphine, and other narcotics, by hypoxia (for example, mountain sickness), and often by severe bodily disease. It may also be a symptom of organic brain disease, such as the growth of tumors or progressive paralysis. It may be combined with signs of feeblemindedness.

Euphoria

An interpreted programming language developed in 1993 by Robert Craig at Rapid Deployment Software that is noted for its execution speed, flexibility and simplicity. It can simulate any programming method including object-oriented constructs. Euphoria has been used to develop computer games and other applications in DOS, Windows and Linux. For more information, visit www.rapideuphoria.com.
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75) See Humberto Ortiz Moreno, Euforia Financiera Tras los Comicios, LA JORNADA, July 9,1997.
Without that tension between desafio (panic/horror) and euforia, it emerges lifeless, dead.
A euforia de mercado que seguiu a eleicao presidencial mexicana acabou.
Ya no es solamente cuestion de ampliar el campo, como en la euforia inicial del culturalismo.