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| operating systems        = DOS/370, DOS, Windows
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| license                  = Proprietary commercial software
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'''APL*PLUS''' (stylised as '''APL⋆PLUS''') was originally the [[APL\360]] derivative jointly marketed by [[STSC]] and [[IPSA]]. Eventually the companies parted ways, and IPSA re-branded their product as [[SHARP APL]].
'''APL*PLUS''' (stylised as '''APL⋆PLUS''') was originally the [[APL\360]] derivative jointly marketed by [[STSC]] and [[IPSA]]. Eventually the companies parted ways, and IPSA re-branded their product as [[SHARP APL]].


APL*PLUS was an extension of APL\360, and as such was written in [[wikipedia:IBM_Basic_Assembly_Language_and_successors|IBM\360 assembler]]. STSC reimplemented the language in [[wikipedia:C (programming language)|C]] for the [[wikipedia:IBM PC|IBM PC]], and released it as APL*PLUS/PC. A derivative "2nd generation APL", adopting extensions from [[NARS]] and later [[APL2]] was released in 1990 as APL*PLUS/II. A further version was called APL*PLUS/III.
APL*PLUS was an extension of APL\360, and as such was written in [[wikipedia:IBM_Basic_Assembly_Language_and_successors|IBM\360 assembler]]. STSC reimplemented the language in [[wikipedia:C (programming language)|C]] for the [[wikipedia:IBM PC|IBM PC]], and released it as APL*PLUS/PC in 1982. A derivative "2nd generation APL", adopting extensions from [[NARS]] and later [[APL2]] was released in 1990 as APL*PLUS/II. A further version was called APL*PLUS/III.


In 1992, STSC changed name to Manugistics, and in 1995, APL*PLUS was sold off to LEX2000 Financial Reporting Software, which then created a subsidiary named APL2000. The product was re-launched as APL+, with specific names APL+Win and APL+Unx for [[wikipedia:Microsoft Windows|Microsoft Windows]] and [[wikipedia:UNIX|UNIX]], respectively. When UNIX support was abandoned, APL+Win became the sole product name.  
In 1992, STSC changed name to Manugistics, and in 1995, APL*PLUS was sold off to LEX2000 Financial Reporting Software, which then created a subsidiary named APL2000. The product was re-launched as APL+, with specific names APL+Win and APL+Unx for [[wikipedia:Microsoft Windows|Microsoft Windows]] and [[wikipedia:UNIX|UNIX]], respectively. When UNIX support was abandoned, [[APL+Win]] became the sole product.  


{{APL dialects}}[[Category:APL dialects]][[Category:Nested array languages]]
{{APL dialects}}[[Category:APL dialects]][[Category:Nested array languages]]

Latest revision as of 19:33, 24 May 2021


APL*PLUS (stylised as APL⋆PLUS) was originally the APL\360 derivative jointly marketed by STSC and IPSA. Eventually the companies parted ways, and IPSA re-branded their product as SHARP APL.

APL*PLUS was an extension of APL\360, and as such was written in IBM\360 assembler. STSC reimplemented the language in C for the IBM PC, and released it as APL*PLUS/PC in 1982. A derivative "2nd generation APL", adopting extensions from NARS and later APL2 was released in 1990 as APL*PLUS/II. A further version was called APL*PLUS/III.

In 1992, STSC changed name to Manugistics, and in 1995, APL*PLUS was sold off to LEX2000 Financial Reporting Software, which then created a subsidiary named APL2000. The product was re-launched as APL+, with specific names APL+Win and APL+Unx for Microsoft Windows and UNIX, respectively. When UNIX support was abandoned, APL+Win became the sole product.


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