Cornell University Programming Language is a historical programming language created in 1967. Cornell University Programming Language (also called CUPL) is a procedural computer programming language developed at Cornell University in the late 1960s. CUPL was based on an earlier Cornell-developed programming language, CORC. It was used to teach introductory computer programming classes. Read more on Wikipedia...

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