Plus programming language is a programming language created in 1976. Plus is a "Pascal-like" system implementation language from the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada, based on the SUE system language developed at the University of Toronto, c. 1971.There is another programming language named PLUS, developed at Sperry Univac in Roseville, Minnesota, but the Univac PLUS is not the subject of this article.. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Plus programming language first appeared in 1976
- See also: pascal, c
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Example code from Wikipedia:
%Title := "Hello world"; %Include(Pluslist); %Subtitle := "Definitions"; %Lower_Case := True; /* Definitions that everyone needs */ %Include(Boolean, Numeric_Types, More_Numeric_Types, String_Types, More_String_Types); /* A tasteful subset of procedure definitions */ %Include(Main); /* Message routine definitions */ %Include(Message_Initialize, Message, Message_Terminate); %Subtitle := "Local Procedure Definitions"; %Eject(); definition Main variable Mcb is pointer to Stream_Type; Mcb := Message_Initialize(); Message(Mcb, "Hello, world!"); Message_Terminate(Mcb); Mcb := Null; end Main;
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