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How many words are there in each description of a programming language?
What would happen if you treated each line as code in the programming language it describes?
Exactly one word in each description is a keyword in the programming language being described.
The programming languages' names start with distinct consecutive letters of the alphabet, starting from A. Use that to order them.
a language foundation maintains this programming language that draws heavy inspiration from c++ but includes optional garbage collection alongside low level features such as inline assembly
game development scripts often use this lightweight programming language but other applications unrelated to games also often embed or use this programming language to implement extensions
it's not object oriented but this programming language descended from algol is considered very high level and has powerful facilities for processing strings and textual patterns
relatively concise procedural code and better handling of nulls without sacrificing compilation speed are some of the features of this programming language that interoperates with java
some of the most notable features this purely functional programming language has are being lazily evaluated and using monads to isolate side effects among other applications
this ancient programming language features a highly verbose syntax like english and sees widespread deployments involving governmental financial applications like the united states internal revenue service
this calculator language that was standardized by posix also lets users define functions and originated as a simple compiler in front of its stack based predecessor
this functional programming language in the lineage of coq is also an interactive proof assistant and both its name and its logo are references to coq
this general purpose programming language is designed to do heavy numeric computations particularly well and led to three of its cocreators winning a numerical software prize
this programming language compiles to bytecode that runs on the erlang virtual machine and is similarly designed towards concurrent distributed applications but has more metaprogramming facilities
this programming language named after a musical note alongside many others that interoperate under microsoft's .net framework is part of the ml functional programming language family
this programming language uses interface types and embedding instead of subclassing to achieve polymorphism and though it notably lacks generics there are several public draft designs