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Year
Description Origin Area Wiki Link
U
U-Code
1979
Universal Code. Intermediate language, a generalization of P-code for easier optimization. Developed originally for the Los Alamos Cray-1 and the Lawrence Livermore S-1.
USA
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U-Datalog
1997
Datalog extended to cover updating.
Italy
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U/BL-
Data General BASIC. See UBB.
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UAIDE
1966
Graphic Language subsystem for NASA Houston man-machine research centre.
USA
Graphics-
UAN
1990
User Action Notation. VPI. A notation for representation of graphical user interfaces, e.g. mice and icons.
---
UASAP
1958
SHARE Macro-assembler.
USA
--
UBASIC
1991
Extension of BASIC oriented for symbolic math and number theory. Includes bignums, fractions, complex numbers and polynomials, integer factorization. Version for MS-DOS, written in assembly language.
Rikkyo University, Japan
Scientific
uBasic
2007
Tiny Basic in C (BSD-style license).
Sweden
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UBB-
Universal Business Basic or U/BL, B32. Basic for Data General computers.
Transoft, Inc., USA
Business--
Ubercode
2005
Cross between Eiffel and Basic.
Ubercode Software, UK
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Ubik
2000
Generalised ACTORS system.
USA
--
Ubql
2002
Distributed query language.
USA
Database -
UC
1995
University of California and UNITY for the Connection Machine. Data parallel extension of C designed for scientific computations on scalable parallel architectures. Implemented on Connection Machines.
UCLA, USA
Scientific-
uC++
1992
Micro-C++. A concurrent extension of C++ with coroutines and mutual exclusion.
University of Waterloo, Canada
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UCD MUMPS
1974
PD MUMPS. Used widely in medical, vetinarian and psychological databases.
UC Davis, USA
Database -
UCI-LISP
1973
Lisp at University of California at Irvine. Compatible extension of the Stanford LISP 1.6 programming system for the DEC PDP-10 with extensions inspired by BBN LISP. Included CATCH and THROW.
University of California, Irvine, USA
AI-
UCS
1979
Universal Compiler System.
USA
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UCSD Pascal
1978
Pascal programming language system that ran on the UCSD p-System, a portable, highly machine-independent operating system.
University of California, San Diego (UCSD), USA
-
UDECIN-1
1957
UDEC Interpreter. Interpreter for the Burroughs UDEC III, matches the UDECOM-3 compiler.
USA
--
UDECOM-3
1957
Compiler for the Burroughs UDEC III.
USA
--
UDF-
Industrial BASIC for control systems (HVAC).
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UDL
1980
Unified Data Language.
USA
--
UDL/I
1991
Unified Design Language for Integrated circuits. A hardware description language for VLSI design.
Japan
Hardware-
UFL
1986
Frame language based on ADTs.
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UFO (1)
1996
Unified Functions and Objects. Object-oriented functional language designed for implicit parallelism. The syntax of UFO is fairly simple and expression-based; some lexical aspects are reminiscent of Algol.
UK
-
UFO (2)
2002
New version of FORMAN.
USA
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UFORT
1980
Fortran running on the PASCAL machine.
USA
Scientific-
UGLIAC
1956
United Gas Corporation's interpeter for the Datatron 200 series.
USA
--
UHELP (1)
1969
University of Houston Easy Linear Programming. Linear programing language.
University of Houston, USA
Scientific-
UHELP (2)
1976
Mathematical language.
-Scientific--
UHFM
1971
University of Houston Formula Manipulator. Algebraic manipulation language for IBM System/360 and UNIVAC 1108.
University of Houston, USA
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Uhr
1964
Pseudo-natural English for programming system.
USA
--
UIL
80's
Motif User Interface Language. Specification language for describing the initial state of a user interface for a Motif application.
USA
-
UIML
c2006
User Interface Markup Language. XML-based user interface markup language for defining user interfaces on computers.
-Internet
UJML
2000
Ujinn Markup Language is a proprietary XML-based language. The goal of UJML is to allow software developers to quickly and easily create Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) for simple programs running on the UIEngine.
UIEvolution, USA
Internet
UK FORTRAN
1963
Also Harwell S1.
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, UK
Scientific-
UL/1
1965
User Language/1. Non-procedural language for retrieving information from data.
RCA, USA
Database -
UL/alpha
1992
Also UL/?. Object oriented extension to LOGIN and PROLOG II.
Japan
AI-
Ulm's Oberon
90's
Free, native Sun3 Oberon (not Oberon-2) compiler.
University of Ulm, Germany
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ULP
1977
Small structured language for use in microprocessors.
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Ultimate
1975
Language for interactive Pick querying.
USA
Database -
ULTRA-X
1969
Type Composition language.
USA
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UltraBasic-
BASIC.
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UltraCPL
1991
OMC Computers CAM language.
USA
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UMAC
1963
University of Miami Algebraic Code. Scientific language ran on CM Bull Gamma 30.
University of Miami, USA
Scientific-
UMAP
1971
CAD language.
-Graphics-
UMIST
1966
TRAC 64 dialect used to implement TRAMP. Part of the The University of Michigan Terminal System (UMTS)which was a widespread timeshare system.
University of Michigan, USA
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UMIST-OBJ
1987
OBJ1.
University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, UK
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UML (1)
1996
Unified Modeling Language. Visual programming language.
International
-
uML (2)
>1981
Micro ML. An interpreter for a subset of SML that runs on MS-DOS.
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UMLS
1993
Unified Medical Language System. Knowledge representation language for medicine.
Germany
Medical, Knowledge-
UMTA
1974
Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Process specification language.
MITRE Corp., USA
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UNBASIC
1981
Extension to IBM BASIC, adding Pascal-like procedures and control constructs. Implemented as a preprocessor to IBM ROM Basic. Became obsolete when the Microsoft BASIC compiler for the IBM PC was released -- but for a few months it was the only IBM-PC language to support procedures.
MicroCorp Inc., USA
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UNCL
1971
Language for the TEACH system. Based largely on CITRAN (hence JOSS) but trying to add more features from MAD/ALGOL.
USA
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UNCOL
1961
UNiversal Computer Oriented Language. A universal intermediate language, discussed but never implemented.
USA
--
UnCvl
1993
University of North Carolina CVL. Implementation of Cvl for MasPar MP-1 massively parallel computer.
University of North Carolina, USA
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Uni GG Basic
1984
Universal BASIC. It is a modified version of the 5Z008 BASIC.
MZ-GG, Netherland
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UNIAPT
1969
CAD/NC Language.
USA
Graphics-
UniBASIC-
IBM UniVerse BASIC. Dialect that is part of the UniData database, with a strong focus on data access and manipulation.
Dynamic Concepts, Inc., USA
Database
UNICODE
1957
Pre-FORTRAN on the IBM 1103, similar to MATH-MATIC.
Remington Rand UNIVAC, USA
Scientific-
UniComal
1989
Object-oriented development of Comal-80.
Denmark
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UNICOMP
1963
Universal Compiler. FORTRAN compatible compiler for the DAYSTROM computers.
-Scientific-
UniCon (1)
1994
Unified Extended Dialect of Icon. High level, goal-directed, object-oriented, general purpose applications language.
USA
--
Unicon (2)
2000
Object oriented dialect of Icon.
Indiana University, USA
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UNICORN
1986
Constraining-Unification Language.
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Uniface
1984
Originally UNIS. Development and deployment platform for enterprise applications that can run in a large range of runtime environments, including mobile, mainframe, web, Service-oriented architecture (SOA), Windows, Java EE and .NET.
Inside Automation, Neetherland
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UNIFORM (1)
1986
Language Based Upon Unification Which Unifies (much of) LISP, PROLOG, and ACT 1.
USA
AI-
UNIFORM (2)
1993
Intermediate language developed for reverse engineering both COBOL and FORTRAN.
-Business-
UNIQUE
1973
Portable job control language.
USA
--
UniQuery
-
Easy to use, English-like query language for IBM UniData. Provides the ability to create meaningful ad hoc data server queries without having to understand underlying data server structures.
IBM, USA
Database--
UNISAP
1957
UNIVAC SAP. Case Institute Symbolic Assembly Program for the UNIVAC series.
USA
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UNISIM
1964
Network simulation language.
USA
Simulation-
UniSolid
1981
Unigraphics productised release of the PADL-2. (first commercial solid-modelling system).
USA
--
Unison
1988
Author Language. Computer aided instruction language.
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UNIT Package
1979
?
USA
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UNITS
1977
Frame language, part-influence (with KRL) on LOOPS. Written in and giving access to INTERLISP.
Stanford, USA
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UNITY
1988
High-level parallel language.
USA
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UNIVAC 1108 ALGOL
1966
Algol 60 revised with string handling and hardware specific capabilities (io etc).
Norwegian Computing Center, Oslo, Norway
Scientific-
UNIVAC 1108 APT III
1966
Numerical Control.
USA
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UNIVAC 1108 SORT/MERGE
1966
Sorting and editing systems. Evolution of SORT/MERGE.
USA
--
UNIVAC GPSS
1966
UNIVAC 1108 GPSS.
USA
--
Universal Assembler Language
1986
?
USA
--
Universal Code
1955
Moore school SEAC autocoder.
Moore School, USA
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Universal Machine-Independant Programming Languag
1955
GAMM precursor to IAL.
International
Scientific-
Universal PRORAB
1957
Leningrad algebraic compiler.
Ukraine, Russia
Scientific-
UniVerse-
Dialect that is part of the UniVerse database, with strong focus on data access and manipulation.
-Database -
University BASIC-
Basic for the TM 990 microcomputer.
Texas Instruments, USA
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Unix Instructional Workbench
1988
Computer aided instruction language.
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UNLAMBDA
1997
Functional language designed for obscurity.
USA
--
unmbasic
1990
Basic environment. Matrix math extensions. Includes a yacc grammer. Requires both C and either a Fortran compiler or f2c to build. May have formerly been called "Vax-Basic".
University of New Mexico, USA
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UNRAVEL
1973
Language for implementing intelligible core dumps.
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UnrealScript
1998
Unreal game language.
Epic Games, Inc., USA
Games
Until
1991
Interpreted dialect of Forth designed for portability and for use as an embedded extension language.
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UP.L6
1966
L6 System for the IBM 7040.
USA
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UPC
1999
Unified Parallel C. Unification of three parallel Cs, each with their own model - AC (CCS), Split C (Berkeley) and Parallel C (LLNL).
USA
-
UPC++
2002
UPC with C++ style extensions.
USA
--
Ur
c2010
Programming language in the tradition of ML and Haskell, but featuring a significantly richer type system.
MIT, USA
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Uranus
1993
Logic-based knowledge representation language. An extension of Prolog written in Common Lisp, with Lisp-like syntax. Extends Prolog with a multiple world mechanism, plus term descriptions to provide functional programming.
Japan
Knowledge, AI-
UrbiScript
2003
Robot programming language.
Gostai, France
Robot
URL
1981
User-requirements Language. Enables the analyst to describe the requirements for information processing systems and to record such descriptions in machine-processable form.
USA
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Ursa
00's
Simple, functional programming language. Its syntax is (at times) similar to Lisp, but instead of being list-based, it is "stream-based."
USA
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Ursala
1996
UniveRSal Applicative LAnguage. Interpreted functional language with some experimental features, intended mainly for text and numerical applications.
London South Bank University, UK
Scientific-
Us
1996
Prototyping OOL.
USA
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USE
1957
UNIVAC Scientific Exchange (UNIVAC user group) equivalent to the SHARE compiler.
Ramo Woolridge, USA
Scientific-
Usercode
1963
Autocode for the English Electric KDF9.
English Electric, UK
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UserRPL
00's
High-level User RPL. RPL variant. All UserRPL programs are internally represented as SysRPL programs, but use only a safe subset of the available SysRPL commands.
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UserTalk
1989
Originally "UserLand IAC Toolkit", for inter-application communication, incorporated into Frontier, and outline processor.
USA
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USL (1)
1978
User Speciality Language. Near-natural query language from IBM germany, close to natural English or German.
IBM, Germany
Database -
USL (2)
1982
User System Language. Bellcore UR language.
Bellcore, USA
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USL (3)
1991
Unified Step Language.
Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corp., USA
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Uspensky information processing language
1961
Information processing language.
Russia
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USS 90 Algol
1962
Algol for the USS 90.
Italy
Scientific-
USS STAT
1968
United Steel Statistics.
USA
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USSA
1992
Universal Syntax and Semantics Analyzer. Object-oriented state language.
Pyramid, USA
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Utah BASIC
80's
BASIC 12 digit precision and matrix operations. MS-DOS port of the Processor Technology 8K BASIC. See Nevada BASIC.
Ellis Computing, USA
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UtiLisp
1988
Small systems portable LISP.
-AI-
utility-coder
1977
Data manipulation and report generation.
USA
Business-
UTLISP
1975
University of Texas LISP.
University of Texas, USA
AI-
UTMOST
1962
?
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UTOL
1966
Universal Translator Oriented Language. Part of a generalised compiling kit to go with UNCOLs and microprogramming machines.
USA
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Utopia 84
1979
Idealised language proposed by Knuth and commented on by Ledgard and Richard, to get an ideal language.
USA
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UTOPIST
1983
Specification language for attribute grammars.
Acad Sci Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia
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UWBIC
1967
University of Washington Basic Interpretive Compiler. Early implementation with extra features of Dartmouth Basic 2. Machine independant BASIC interpretive compiler written in FORTRAN IV for portability.
University of Washington, USA
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