ThingLab is a historical programming language created in 1979. ThingLab is a visual programming environment implemented in Smalltalk and designed at Xerox PARC by Alan Borning. A conventional system allows a user to provide inputs that produce outputs. A constraint-oriented system, such as ThingLab, allows the user to provide arbitrary inputs or outputs, then solves for whatever is unknown. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- ThingLab first appeared in 1979
- See also: smalltalk
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Last updated October 20th, 2019