Racket

Racket

Racket started its life as a Scheme implementation, but has now grown into a general-purpose, multi-paradigm programming language and the world's first ecosystem for language-oriented programming. Racket designed to be a platform for programming language design and implementation where developers can create their own dream language.

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Python
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Python

An object-oriented, high-level, general-purpose programming language with an easy-to-learn syntax. Python was first released in 1991 by Guido van Rossum with a design philosophy that emphasises code readability. Today Python is one of the most widely used programming languages where it is used in everything from data science, machine learning and AI to modern web, mobile and desktop applications.

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JavaScript
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JavaScript

JavaScript is a scripting or programming language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification. The language is mainly used to create complex features for web pages, but is also used other software project. Javascript has curly-bracket syntax, dynamic typing, prototype-based object-orientation, and first-class functions and is mostly just-in-time compiled.

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Haskell
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Haskell

Haskell is a free and open-source purely-functional programming language. The language has been around since the 1990's and has pioneered a number of advanced programming language features such as type classes, which enable type-safe operator overloading. Haskell is an open-source project of more than twenty years of scientific research and provides built-in concurrency and parallelism, debuggers, profilers and rich libraries that can be used to build robust applications while following functional programming patterns.

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Lisp
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Lisp

A family of programming languages dating back to 1958. Lisp is the second-oldest high-level programming language in widespread use today.

 

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PHP
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PHP

PHP is a popular free and open-source general-purpose scripting language. The language was created by Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf in 1994. PHP is fast, flexible and pragmatic and is especially suited to web development. It is utilised by individual developers and large corporations like facebook, where it powers backend services.

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Perl
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Perl

Perl is a family high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming languages. The project is open-source and has been in community development for over 30 years. Perl is a highly capable language and feature rich language with over 25,000 community created extensions.

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Clojure
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Clojure

A modern, dynamic, and functional dialect of the Lisp and programming language that targets the JVM (Java Virtual Machine). Clojure is a compiled language, yet remains completely dynamic as it combines the approachability and interactive development of a scripting language with an efficient and robust infrastructure for multithreaded programming. The development of Clojure is completely community-driven, while being overseen by its creator Rich Hickey.

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MATLAB
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MATLAB

MATLAB is a commercial numerical computing environment and programming language developed by MathWorks. The environment provides live editing capabilities where the programming language is used to express matrix manipulation and array mathematics in real-time.

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Elixir
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Elixir

A dynamic, functional programming language that tuns on top of the Erlang Virtual Machine. A VM known for running low-latency, distributed and fault-tolerant systems. Elixir provides productive tooling and an extensible design perfect for building concurrent applications for critical infrastructure

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Ruby
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Ruby

Ruby is a free and open-source interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language. The language was created by Yukihiro "Matz" Matsumoto from Japan in the mid-1990s. Today, Ruby has a friendly and growing community from all over the world and is openly developed and maintained. According to its creator Yukihiro, the language share many similarities with Perl, Smalltalk, Eiffel, Ada, Basic, and Lisp, all of which Ruby was influenced by.

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Kotlin
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Kotlin

At Google I/O 2017, Kotlin was announced as to official development and programming language for Android. As it became the third language to be fully supported by the platform with Java and C++. However, Kotlin can also be used cross-paltform for native, server-side and web development as well as for data science projects. The language is statically typed and general-purpose, and is designed from the bottom up to increase developer happiness. 

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Go
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Go

Designed and developed by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson at Google. Go or Golang is a compiled programming language that is statically typed and shares similarities with C, syntactically. The programming language was specifically designed to make it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software with safety, garbage collection, structural typing, and CSP-style concurrency.

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OCaml
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OCaml

OCaml is a general-purpose, multi-paradigm programming language created in 1996 by Xavier Leroy, Jérôme Vouillon, Damien Doligez, Didier Rémy, Ascánder Suárez, and others. The language extends the Caml dialect of ML with object-oriented features and provides a rich set of libraries. OCaml is openly developed by the community and is used by companies that require speed and code safety when writing mission critical software.

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C#
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C#

C# is a general-purpose and multi-paradigm programming language. C# encompasses strong typing, lexically scoped, imperative, declarative, functional, generic, object-oriented, and component-oriented programming disciplines.

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Erlang
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Erlang

A general-purpose, concurrent, functional programming language used to build massively scalable soft real-time systems with requirements on high availability. Erlang comes bundled with the OTP, the Open Telecom Platform which is a runtime system first developed by Ericsson to handle the Swedish telecom infrastructure in the early 80's. The term Erlang and OTP is today used interchangeably and includes the runtime, the language and ready-to-use components built specifically for the ecosystem. To this day, Erlang is used in various sectors and applications like telecoms, banking, e-commerce, computer telephony and instant messaging. As the language is suitable for critical infrastructure and applications that requires high availability and real-time features, running at scale.

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Scala
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Scala

A programming language that combines object-oriented and functional programming in one concise, high-level language. Scala is used by developers to build scalable software for the JVM, the Java Virtual Machine. The Scala source code is automatically compiled into Java bytecode that is executable on the JVM. When the language first was designed it aimed to address some of the most common criticisms of Java, and the static types in Scala help developers to avoid bugs in complex applications and large-scale systems.

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Java
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Java

Java is a programming language and a virtual environment used for software development. The language was created by James Gosling at Sun Microsystems. Today Java and the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) is owned by the Oracle Corporation and is used for developing software applications that can be deployed cross-platform.

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TypeScript
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TypeScript

TypeScript is a free and open-source programming language created by Microsoft. The language is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript and redefines the way developer writes JavaScript-based web applications and software by adding optional static typing in the mix. TypeScript is designed specifically for development of large-scale applications with a need to transcompile into JavaScript.

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Julia
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Julia

Julia is free and open-source high-level, high-performance, dynamic programming language. The language is most commonly used by developers for numerical analysis and computational science. Julia's ecosystem includes many packages that makes easy to create data visualisations, work with data and machine learning.

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Elm
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Elm

Elm is a free and open-source domain-specific programming language that uses type inference to detect corner cases and give friendly hints. The language is by developers to create browser-based graphical user interfaces and is designed for usability, performance, and robustness. Elm is purely functional and is actually a compiler that utilize static type checking, which means you can rest assured that your code will run runtime exceptions.

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Lua
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Lua

Lua is a lightweight, high-level, multi-paradigm programming language built on top of the C programming language. The language is designed primarily for embedded use in applications and works cross-platform since Lua has a relatively simple C API to embed it into its core.

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Pharo
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Pharo

Pharo is an open source dynamic and reflective language which is made by a community of more than 100 contributors. The language is isnpired by the programming language Smalltalk which was released back in the 1972. On top of that, Pharo offers several live programming features such as immediate object manipulation, live update and hot recompiling. The Pharo full stack is released under MIT License.

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C++
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C++

Developed by Bjarne Stroustrup at Bell Labs in 1979, C++ is a general-purpose programming language. C++ was designed as an extension of the work on the programming language C, or "C with Classes". The language run on the most common platforms such as macOS, Windows, Linux and various versions of UNIX. In modern releases of C++ object-oriented, generic, and functional features in addition to facilities for low-level memory manipulation has been introduced.

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C
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C

C is a free and open-source general-purpose, procedural programming language. The language supports structured programming, lexical variable scope, and recursion, with a static type system. By design, C provides constructs that map efficiently to typical machine instructions. C was first created and released in 1972 at Bell Labs by Dennis Ritchie, today C is used in systems where you need absolute control over memory management such as OS kernels and other mission critical software.

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Q#
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Q#

A Microsoft developed domain-specific programming language used for expressing quantum algorithms. Q# share similar structures and elements with popular languages like Python, C#, and F#. The language comes bundled with the QDK (Quantum Development Kit) and quantum simulators, while also being extensible with Q# libraries. With Q# developers can build quantum algorithms used for quantum computing with a basic procedural model for writing programs with loops, if/then statements, and common data types.

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F#
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F#

A mature, open-source, cross-platform strongly typed functional-first programming language designed by Don Syme at Microsoft Research. While being a functional-first programming language F# also encompasses imperative and object-oriented programming paradigms. F# is most commonly used as a cross-platform Common Language Infrastructure language, while also having the capability to generation graphics processing unit code and compile down to JavaScript.

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Pascal
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Pascal

Pascal is a free and open-source imperative and procedural programming language. The language was designed 1970 by Niklaus Wirth to encourage good programming practices using structured programming and data structuring.

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BASIC
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BASIC

BASIC is a Free Development & DevOps software for .
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Cython
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Cython

Cython is a free and open-source optimising static compiler and a superset of the programming language Python. Cython is designed to give C-like performance for code written with Python. The language also provides an optional C-inspired syntax and the ability to create CPython extension modules.

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Ceylon
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Ceylon

With Ceylon developers can write software that runs on the JVM (Java Virtual Machine) or complied to JavaScript. Ceylon is an object-oriented, strongly statically typed programming language with an emphasis on immutability. The language was first created by Red Hat in 2011, but is now maintained by the Eclipse Foundation.

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Crystal
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Crystal

A free and open general-purpose, object-oriented programming language developed by Ary Borenszweig, Juan Wajnerman, Brian Cardiff and a community with over 300 contributors. Crystal is statically type checked, which means that all code errors will be caught at compile time, rather than fail on runtime. Crystal provides an easy-to-learn syntax similar to Ruby, while at the same time producing performance similar to that of the programming language C.

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Hack
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Hack

Developed by Facebook as free and open-source dialect of PHP, Hack is a programming language for the HipHop Virtual Machine. Hack is licensed under the MIT License and allows developers to use both dynamic typing and static typing.

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Eiffel
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Eiffel

Eiffel is an free and open-source object-oriented programming language designed at Eiffel Software by Bertrand Meyer back in 1985. Bertrand Meyer had one goal in mind when he created the language, the goal of increasing the reliability of commercial software development. Today Eiffel comes with its own IDE (Integrated Development Environment) called EiffelStudio, the software can be used to write Eiffel code in a single user interface that includes a compiler, interpreter, debugger, browser, metrics tool, profiler, diagram and code inspector.

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Rebol
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Rebol

Rebol is a lightweight, cross-platform data exchange programming language. The language is designed by Carl Sassenrath and is suited for network communications and distributed computing. Rebol's unique simplistic design makes it a productive language that is loved by its users.

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Groovy
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Groovy

Groovy, or Apache Groovy is a object-oriented programming language for the JVM (Java Virtual Machine). Groovy share many similarities with programming languages like Python, Ruby, and Smalltalk while providing a syntax compatible with Java.

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Raku
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Raku

Raku is a programming language that intends to carry forward the ideals of the Perl community. The project was formerly known as Perl 6 and was renamed to Raku as of October 2019. Raku introduces many modern concepts to the historical language while keeping Perl compatibility mode as a part of the specification. Raku is developed by an enthusiastic community of volunteers, that strive to push the language forward.

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ASP.NET
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ASP.NET

ASP.NET is a Free Development & DevOps software for .
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Swift
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Swift

Swift is a Free Development & DevOps software for .
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R
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R

R is a Free Development & DevOps software for .
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Ada
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Vala
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Vala

A free and open object-oriented programming language with a self-hosting compiler that generates C code. Vala uses the GObject system and is syntactically similar to C# while introducing unique features like functions, signals, properties, generics, assisted memory management, exception handling, type inference, and foreach statements. Vala makes it simple to target the GNOME stack and is also used for writing applications to the operating system elementary OS.

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Haxe
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Haxe

Haxe is an open-source, high-level, cross-platform, multi-paradigm programming language and compiler. Haxe allows developers to build applications with a single code-base, that can be utilized on many different platforms. The compilers allow developers to build games, web, mobile, desktop, command-line and cross-platform APIs targeting JavaScript, C++, C#, Java, JVM, Python, Lua, PHP, Flash. Haxe is developed and managed by the Haxe Foundation and released fully free and open-source under the MIT license.

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Dart
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Dart

Dart is a software for .
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WebAssembly
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WebAssembly

WebAssembly or WASM for short, is an open standard and binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. WebAssembly run in all modern web browsers at near-native performance and provides languages such as C/C++ and Rust with a compilation target so that they can run on the web. The language is designed to run alongside JavaScript, allowing both to work together, while simultaneously redefining the web's capability.

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OpenQASM
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OpenQASM

OpenQASM is a Free Development & DevOps software for .
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SILQ
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SILQ

Silq is a free and open-source high-level programming language specifically for quantum computing. The language is openly developed by ETH Zürich and provides a strong static type system.

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Objective-C
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Objective-C

A general purpose, object-oriented programming language that adds Smalltalk-style messaging to the C programming language. Objective-C was specifically designed for the Apple ecosystem and their respective application programming interfaces, Cocoa and Cocoa Touch for building applications for macOS and iOS. Since 2014 the Apple ecosystem rely on their new programming language Swift.

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