ZOPL


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ZOPL

(language)
A block structured, untyped low-level language used on computers manufactured by Geac.

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We're about to do away with ten years of working with a proprietary system, a system where we learned to compile ZOPL code, write programs in GLUG, and deal with the intricacies of SPCNFG.
The pattern is already in the program itself, even though it's written in ZOPL, the language that is so cryptic it makes "C" look like COBOL, and you just recompile it to make it active.
To the puristic ZOPL programmers who care about such things, we admit Deep Thought really has four CPUs in its innards, but we maintain that's like a brontosaurus with ganglia in its tail.
Placing three years of articles into a couple of paragraphs is a bit difficult, so you'll have to forgive us when we tell you Deep Thought uses ZOPL as a programming language (which stands for Our Programming Language, with a Z" in front of it).