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algorithmic language[¦al·gə¦rith·mik ′laŋ·gwij]
A language in which a procedure or scheme of calculations can be expressed accurately.
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algorithmic languageA programming language that allows complete sets of steps to be written. All major programming languages are algorithmic languages. See algorithm.
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