Complete computer programming languages list and their evolution

Programming languages

                             Computer programming languages list is the resource to communicate with the computer depending on the particular syntactic and semantic rules that elaborate the sequence of the methods of each of the programming language constructs indeed helps the machine execute a specific task successfully.
                             Evolution to Computer programming languages followed to explore in both the industry and researches as there is a drastic change in technology advancements in system-oriented software and applications. Today we can onlook the rapid growth towards different computer programming languages with vigorous languages skillsets, syntax, methods, and features. Program Developers are now much trouble-free to use advanced technical languages. The Operating System oriented programming languages technology developed between 1943-1945 had given birth to many implementations in the programming languages they tend to use even now. the significant growth of the internet boom in
the mid-1990s was the extensive revival of the programming languages era.

Let’s have a shot at the types of Computer programming languages list from the origin.

  • Plankalkül
  • ENIAC coding system
  • Von Neumann and Goldstine graphing system
  • ARC Assembly
  • CPC Coding scheme
  • Curry notation system
  • EDSAC Initial Orders
  • Birkbeck Assembler
  • Superplan
  • ALGAE
  • Intermediate Programming Language
  • Regional Assembly Language
  • Boehm unnamed coding system
  • Klammerausdrücke
  • OMNIBAC Symbolic AssemblerCharles Katz
  • Stanislaus (Notation)
  • Whirlwind assembler
  • Rochester assembler
  • Sort Merge Generator
  • A-0(Arthematic version 0)
  • Glennie Autocode
  • Editing Generator
  • COMPOOL
  • Speed coding
  • READ/PRINT
  • Laning and Zierler system
  • Mark I Autocode
  • FORTRAN (concept)
  • ARITH-MATIC
  • MATH-MATIC
  • MATRIX MATH
  • IPL I (concept)
  • Address programming language
  • FLOW-MATIC
  • BACAIC
  • Freiburger Code
  • Sequentielle Formelübersetzung
  • IT
  • PRINT
  • LISP (concept)
  • COMTRAN
  • GEORGE
  • FORTRAN I (implementation)
  • UNICODE
  • COMIT (concept)
  • FORTRAN II
  • ALGOL 58 (IAL)
  • APT
  • FACT
  • COBOL (concept)
  • JOVIAL
  • LISP (implementation)
  • MAD – Michigan Algorithm Decoder
  • TRAC (concept)
  • ALGOL 60
  • COBOL 61 (implementation)
  • COMIT (implementation)
  • GPSS
  • FORTRAN IV
  • APL (concept)
  • Simula (concept)
  • SNOBOL
  • CPL
  • SNOBOL3
  • ALGOL 68 (concept)
  • JOSS I
  • MIMIC
  • COWSEL
  • PL/I (concept)
  • BASIC
  • IBM RPG
  • Mark-IV
  • Speakeasy-2
  • TRAC (implementation)
  • P
  • IITRAN
  • RPG II
  • MAD/I (concept)
  • TELCOMP
  • Atlas Autocode
  • JOSS II
  • ALGOL W
  • FORTRAN 66
  • ISWIM (Concept)
  • CORAL66
  • APL (implementation)
  • BCPL
  • MUMPS
  • Simula 67 (implementation)
  • InterLisp
  • EXAPT
  • SNOBOL4
  • XPL
  • Space Programming Language (SPL)
  • ALGOL 68 (UNESCO/IFIP standard)
  • POP-1
  • DIBOL-8
  • Forth (concept)
  • LOGO
  • MAPPER
  • REFAL (implementation)
  • TTM (implementation)
  • PILOT
  • PL/I (implementation)
  • B
  • Polymorphic Programming Language (PPL)
  • SETL
  • TUTOR
  • Edinburgh IMP
  • Forth (implementation)
  • POP-2
  • SAIL
  • Pascal
  • BLISS
  • KRL
  • Sue
  • Compiler Description Language (CDL)
  • Smalltalk-72
  • PL/M
  • “K&R C
  • INTERCAL
  • Prolog
  • Structured Query language (SQL)
  • COMAL
  • ML
  • LIS
  • Speakeasy-3
  • CLU
  • MAINSAIL
  • GRASS
  • BASIC FOUR
  • PROSE modeling language
  • ABC
  • Irvine Dataflow (concept)
  • PROSE modeling language Time Sharing Version
  • Scheme
  • Altair BASIC
  • CS-4
  • Modula
  • Plus
  • Smalltalk-76
  • Mesa
  • SAM76
  • Ratfor
  • S
  • SAS
  • Integer BASIC
  • FP
  • Bourne Shell (sh)
  • Commodore BASIC
  • IDL
  • Standard MUMPS
  • Icon (concept)
  • Red
  • Blue
  • Yellow
  • Euclid
  • Applesoft BASIC
  • RAPT
  • C shell
  • RPG III
  • HAL/S
  • Applesoft II BASIC
  • Irvine Dataflow (implementation)
  • MATLAB
  • SMALL
  • VisiCalc
  • Modula-2
  • REXX
  • AWK
  • Icon (implementation)
  • Vulcan dBase-II
  • Ada 80 (MIL-STD-1815)
  • C with classes
  • Applesoft III
  • Apple III Microsoft BASIC
  • CBASIC
  • Smalltalk-80
  • BBC BASIC
  • IBM BASIC
  • Speakeasy-IV
  • Draco
  • PostScript
  • Turing
  • GW-BASIC
  • Turbo Pascal
  • Ada 83 (ANSI/MIL-STD-1815A)
  • Objective-C
  • C++
  • True BASIC
  • Occam
  • ABAP
  • KornShell (KSH)
  • Classical
  • CLIPPER
  • Common Lisp
  • Coq
  • RPL
  • Standard ML
  • Redcode
  • OPL
  • PARADOX
  • QuickBASIC
  • Clarion
  • CorVision
  • Eiffel
  • GFA BASIC
  • Informix-4GL
  • LabVIEW
  • Miranda
  • Object Pascal
  • PROMAL
  • Erlang
  • Ada ISO 8652:1987
  • Self (concept)
  • Occam 2
  • HyperTalk
  • Perl
  • Oberon
  • Mathematica (Wolfram Language)
  • Turbo Basic
  • Clean
  • Octave
  • Tcl
  • STOS BASIC
  • Actor
  • Object REXX
  • SPARK
  • A+
  • Hamilton C shell
  • C90
  • Turbo Pascal OOP
  • Modula-3
  • PowerBASIC
  • VisSim
  • LPC
  • Bash
  • Magik
  • Sather
  • AMOS BASIC
  • AMPL
  • Object Oberon
  • J
  • Haskell
  • EuLisp
  • Z Shell (ZSH)
  • GNU E
  • Oberon-2
  • Oz
  • Q
  • Python
  • Visual Basic
  • Borland Pascal
  • Dylan
  • S-Lang
  • Self (implementation)
  • Amiga E
  • Brainfuck
  • LiveCode Transcript
  • AppleScript
  • K
  • Lua
  • R
  • ZPL
  • NewtonScript
  • Euphoria
  • Claire
  • ANSI Common Lisp
  • RAPID
  • Pike
  • ANS Forth
  • Ada 95
  • Borland Delphi
  • ColdFusion (CFML)
  • Java
  • LiveScript
  • Mercury
  • PHP
  • Ruby
  • JavaScript
  • Racket
  • Curl
  • Lasso
  • Perl Data Language (PDL)
  • VBScript
  • OCaml
  • NetRexx
  • Component Pascal
  • E
  • Pico
  • Squeak
  • ECMAScript
  • F-Script
  • ISLISP
  • Tea
  • REBOL
  • Logtalk
  • ActionScript
  • Standard C++
  • M2001
  • PureBasic
  • UnrealScript
  • XSLT (+ XPath)
  • Xojo (REALbasic at the time)
  • C99
  • Gambas
  • Game Maker Language (GML)
  • Harbour
  • Join Java
  • DarkBasic
  • C#
  • Joy
  • AspectJ
  • D
  • Processing
  • Visual Basic .NET
  • GDScript (GDS)
  • Shakespeare Programming Language
  • Io
  • Gosu
  • Scratch
  • Nemerle
  • Factor
  • Scala
  • C++03
  • Squirrel
  • Boo
  • Subtext
  • Alma-0
  • FreeBASIC
  • Groovy
  • Little b
  • Fantom
  • F#
  • Haxe
  • Oxygene
  • PWCT
  • Seed7
  • Cobra
  • Windows PowerShell
  • OptimJ
  • Fortress
  • Vala
  • Ada 2005
  • Agda
  • QB64
  • Clojure
  • LOLCODE
  • Oberon-07
  • Swift (parallel scripting language)
  • Nim
  • Genie
  • Pure
  • Chapel
  • Go
  • CoffeeScript
  • Idris
  • Parasail
  • Whiley
  • Dafny
  • Rust
  • C11
  • Ceylon
  • Dart
  • C++11
  • Kotlin
  • Red
  • Opa
  • Elixir
  • Elm
  • TypeScript
  • Julia
  • P
  • Ada 2012
  • P4
  • PureScript
  • Hopscotch
  • Cuneiform
  • Crystal
  • Hack
  • Swift
  • C++14
  • Raku
  • Zig
  • Reason
  • C++17
  • Ballerina
  • C18
  • Fortran 2018
  • Bosque
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