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History of Programming Language

  • Monday, 16 September 2013
  • sama arooj
  • History of Programming Language:
    History of Programming Language


    1940s:
    1943 - Plankalk├╝l (Konrad Zuse), designed, but unimplemented for a half-century
    1943 - ENIAC, Electric Numerical Integrator And Computer, machine-specific codeset appearing in 1948. 
    1949 - 1954 — a series of machine-specific mnemonic instruction sets, like ENIAC's, beginning in 1949 with C-10 for BINAC (which later evolved into UNIVAC).Each codeset, or instruction set, was tailored to a specific manufacturer.


    1950-1967s:
    1951 - Regional Assembly Language
    1952 - Autocode
    1954 - IPL (forerunner to LISP)
    1955 - FLOW-MATIC (forerunner to COBOL)
    1957 - FORTRAN (First compiler)
    1957 - COMTRAN (forerunner to COBOL)
    1958 - LISP
    1958 - ALGOL 58
    1959 - FACT (forerunner to COBOL)
    1959 - COBOL
    1959 - RPG
    1962 - APL
    1962 - Simula
    1962 - SNOBOL
    1963 - CPL (forerunner to C)
    1964 - BASIC
    1964 - PL/I
    1966 - JOSS
    1967 - BCPL (forerunner to C)


    1968-1979:
    1968 - Logo
    1969 - B (forerunner to C)
    1970 - Pascal
    1970 - Forth
    1972 - C (Dennis Ritche)
    1972 - Smalltalk
    1972 - Prolog
    1973 - ML
    1975 - Scheme
    1978 - SQL (initially only a query language, later extended with programming constructs)


    1980s:
    1980 - C++ (as C with classes, name changed in July 1983)
    1983 - Ada
    1984 - Common Lisp
    1984 - MATLAB
    1985 - Eiffel
    1986 - Objective-C
    1986 - Erlang
    1987 - Perl
    1988 - Tcl
    1988 - Mathematica
    1989 - FL (Backus);



    1990s:
    1990 - Haskell
    1991 - Python
    1991 - Visual Basic
    1993 - Ruby
    1993 - Lua
    1994 - CLOS (part of ANSI Common Lisp)
    1995 - Java (1991-1992 its name oak)
    1995 - Delphi (Object Pascal)
    1995 - JavaScript
    1995 - PHP
    1996 - WebDNA
    1997 - Rebol
    1999 - D

    2000-current era:
    2000 - ActionScript
    2001 - C#
    2001 - Visual Basic .NET
    2002 - F#
    2003 - Groovy
    2003 - Scala
    2003 - Factor
    2007 - Clojure
    2009 - Go
    2011 - Dart.....

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