Experimental Programming Language

Experimental Programming Language

(language)
(EPL) A language by David May which influenced occam.

["EPL: An Experimental Language for Distributed Computing", D.C. May, in Trends and Applications 1978: Distributed Processing, NBS, pp.69-71].
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An experimental programming language available for testing is designed to make it easy to transform documents and data between specific formats so that documents can be read no matter what application or device is used is posted on www.alphaAve.com, a site jointly managed by Xerox Corporation and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) for programmers and software developers who want to try out promising software from both commercial and academic research centres.
The need to bridge the gap between these two options has now been addressed by an experimental programming language, Circus-DTE, created at the Xerox Research Centre of Europe (XRCE) in Grenoble, France.
An experimental programming language now available for testing makes it easy to transform documents and data between specific formats so that documents can be read no matter what application or device is used.

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