1990's Program Languages

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1990s
Year | Name | Chief developer, Company | Predecessor(s) |
1990 | AMOS BASIC | François Lionet and Constantin Sotiropoulos | STOS BASIC |
1990 | AMPL | Robert Fourer, David Gay and Brian Kernighan at Bell Laboratories | |
1990 | Object Oberon | H Mössenböck, J Templ, R Griesemer | Oberon |
1990 | J | Iverson, R. Hui at Iverson Software | APL, FP |
1990 | Haskell | | Miranda |
1990 | EuLisp | | Common Lisp, Scheme |
1990 | Z Shell (zsh) | Paul Falstad at Princeton University | ksh |
1991 | GNU E | David J. DeWitt, Michael J. Carey | C++ |
1991 | Oberon-2 | Hanspeter Mössenböck, Wirth | Object Oberon |
1991 | Python | Van Rossum | ABC, ALGOL 68, Icon, Modula-3 |
1991 | Oz | Gert Smolka and his students | Prolog |
1991 | Q | Albert Gräf | |
1991 | Visual Basic | Alan Cooper, sold to Microsoft | QuickBASIC |
1992 | Borland Pascal | | Turbo Pascal OOP |
1992 | Dylan | many people at Apple Computer Inc. | Common Lisp, Scheme |
1993? | Self (implementation) | Sun Microsystems Inc. | Smalltalk |
1993 | Brainfuck | Urban Müller | P′′ |
1993 | FALSE | Wouter van Oortmerssen | Forth |
1993 | Revolution Transcript | | HyperTalk |
1993 | AppleScript | Apple Computer Inc. | HyperTalk |
1993 | K | Arthur Whitney | APL, Lisp |
1993 | Lua | Roberto Ierusalimschy et al. at Tecgraf, PUC-Rio | Scheme, SNOBOL, Modula, CLU, C++ |
1993 | R | Robert Gentleman and Ross Ihaka | S |
1993 | ZPL | Chamberlain et al. at University of Washington | C |
1993 | NewtonScript | Walter Smith | Self, Dylan |
1994 | ANSI Common Lisp | | Common Lisp |
1994 | RAPID | ABB Group | ARLA |
1994 | Pike | Fredrik Hübinette et al. at Linköping University | LPC, C, µLPC |
1994 | ANS Forth | Elizabeth Rather, et al. | Forth |
1995 | Ada 95 | S. Tucker Taft, et al. at Intermetrics, Inc. | Ada 83 |
1995 | Borland Delphi | Anders…...

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