Interpreted Languages Programming

Interpreted programming languages are those that historically, and/or usually, use interpreters to interpret source code line by line, as they run, and output object (machine) code, often interactively, in a simple edit-debug cycle. This makes programming faster and more productive, but usually produces slower running programs. Almost all interpreted languages are garbage collected, use GC. On this page, languages are arranged in three groups and levels: 1) Top group: types or classes of languages. 2) Middle group: languages for which there are more than one instance of a language of this name/type, a language family. 3) Bottom group: specific languages which have their own directory category.

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See Also:
  • Ch - A C-like language interpreter with C++-like classes. By languages SoftIntegration.
  • Andreas Kupries: Compiled and Interpreted languages - Treats the meaning of interpretation, with definitions.
  • BFC Automata - An interpretter for different types of Automata, including interpreted a simmulation of Turing Machines. [Freeware]

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