HAGGIS is a programming language created in 2010. HAGGIS is a high-level reference programming language used primarily to examine Computing Science for Scottish pupils taking SQA courses on the subject. HAGGIS is used as a tool to bridge the gap between pseudocode and typical computer programming. HAGGIS is not based on any one language but a mixture that is intended to allow a pupil familiar with any of the many languages used in classrooms to easily understand the syntactic construct being used in an example. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the HAGGIS wikipedia page
- HAGGIS first appeared in 2010
- See also: python
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Example code from Wikipedia:
CONSTRUCTOR( [Data Type][Data Name], [Data Type][Data Name]...) The users' '''HAGGIS''' code will then go here. END CONSTRUCTOR FUNCTION <Function Name>() RETURN <Data Type> The users' '''HAGGIS''' code will then go here. RETURN THIS <Class Property> END FUNCTION '''“THIS” is used to reference the current object invoking the method.''' PROCEDURE <Procedure Name> () The users' '''HAGGIS''' code will then go here. END PROCEDURE
Last updated August 9th, 2020