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:''This page lists notable language developers only. For all APL dialects including those without notable developers, see [[timeline of APL dialects]]. To choose a dialect for use today, consider [[Running APL]].''
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A language developer is an organization or individual that develops and distributes a programming language. This includes vendors, which are companies that sell APL implementations, as well as developers of free implementations. In the [[wikipedia:Mainframe computer|mainframe]] era it was common for hardware vendors to create APL implementations in machine code for their particular architecture. Developers active today use portable languages in order to support multiple architectures.
A language developer is an organization or individual that develops and distributes a programming language. This includes vendors, which are companies that sell APL implementations, as well as developers of free implementations. In the [[wikipedia:Mainframe computer|mainframe]] era it was common for hardware vendors to create APL implementations in machine code for their particular architecture. Developers active today use portable languages in order to support multiple architectures.

Revision as of 03:53, 26 November 2020

This page lists notable language developers only. For all APL dialects including those without notable developers, see Timeline of APL dialects. To choose a dialect for use today, consider Running APL.

A language developer is an organization or individual that develops and distributes a programming language. This includes vendors, which are companies that sell APL implementations, as well as developers of free implementations. In the mainframe era it was common for hardware vendors to create APL implementations in machine code for their particular architecture. Developers active today use portable languages in order to support multiple architectures.

Past developers

Hardware vendors with APL implementations

Portable array language developers

Active developers

Organizations

Individual developers


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