If you See What I Mean, aka If you See What I Mean, is a historical programming language created in 1966. ISWIM is an abstract computer programming language (or a family of programming languages) devised by Peter J. Landin and first described in his article The Next 700 Programming Languages, published in the Communications of the ACM in 1966. The acronym stands for "If you See What I Mean" (also said to have stood for "I See What You Mean", but ISWYM was mistyped as ISWIM). Read more on Wikipedia...
- If you See What I Mean ranks in the top 20% of languages
- the If you See What I Mean wikipedia page
- If you See What I Mean first appeared in 1966
- See also: algol-60, lisp, haskell, clean, lucid, krc, hope, miranda
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Example code from the web:
Print `Hello world'
Last updated September 6th, 2019