ObjectPAL is a historical programming language created in 1993. ObjectPAL is short for Object-Oriented Paradox Application Language, which is the programming language used by the Borland Paradox database application (now owned by Corel). Paradox, now in its 11th version, is a constituent of Corel's Word Perfect X3 office suite, for 32-bit Microsoft Windows. The language is tightly-bound to the application's forms, and provides a very rapid and robust development environment for creating database applications for Windows. Read more on Wikipedia...
- ObjectPAL ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the ObjectPAL wikipedia page
- ObjectPAL first appeared in 1993
- See also: smalltalk, visual-basic
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Last updated October 14th, 2019