MINC is a programming language created in 1985. MINC ("MINC is not C") is a data specification language written in the mid-1980s by a Princeton University graduate student named Lars Graf. This kind of naming is known as a "recursive acronym". It contains many (though not all) of the syntactical capabilities of the C programming language, and can be used to implement simple procedural programs that can be executed by a runtime parser (that is to say, MINC does not need to be compiled in any way). Read more on Wikipedia...
- the MINC wikipedia page
- MINC first appeared in 1985
- See also: c, perl, python, tcl
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Last updated August 9th, 2020