StarLogo is a historical programming language created in 2008. StarLogo is an agent-based simulation language developed by Mitchel Resnick, Eric Klopfer, and others at MIT Media Lab and MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program in Massachusetts. It is an extension of the Logo programming language, a dialect of Lisp. Designed for education, StarLogo can be used by students to model the behavior of decentralized systems. Read more on Wikipedia...
- StarLogo ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the StarLogo wikipedia page
- StarLogo first appeared in 2008
- See also: logo, netlogo, etoys, lisp, connection-machine, java, squeak, smalltalk, scratch
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Last updated October 20th, 2019