Rosetta Code:Village Pump/Suggest a language
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If a regular Rosetta Code contributor knows the language you're asking about, he may write some code. If none of the regular contributors knows the language, then it may not get any code.
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The following languages are underrepresented with examples compared to their relative importance. If you know or want to learn any of these languages, please consider adding examples.
- Assembly languages
- AutoIt v3
- Pascal and its variants, like Delphi
- PASM, the Parrot assembly language.
- PIR, the Parrot intermediate representation.
- RPG (Report Program Generator)
- SQL and derivatives
 No code
These languages have had categories created, but no one has written any example code yet.
- Application Master - Specialist language running on VME mainframes only
- HyperTalk - dead language from Apple's HyperCard for Mac OS Classic.
- NQP (Not Quite Perl)
- Scilab (http://www.scilab.org/)
- SPARC Assembly - a very popular server chipset.
 No presence at all
These languages are nowhere on RC.
- ARM Assembly - the most popular 32-bit embedded processor.
- BitC (http://www.bitc-lang.org/), a low-level systems programming language with syntax similar to Standard ML and Haskell.
- Charity (http://pll.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/charity1/www/home.html). Charity is a categorical programming language.
- CHILL - CCITT High Level Language, a procedural programming language, which is mainly used internally by Siemens and Alcatel for telecommunications.
- DDC (http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/DDC) is haskell-like language with strict static types, type inference, tracking of mutability and side effects in the type system and default pass-by-reference semantics.
- IBM System/360 Assembly - still the most-used mainframes in the world.
- Joyce (note: One of the influential concurrent languages, probably similar to super pascal)
- MAD (Michigan Algorithmic Decoder)
- Malbolge - designed to be the hardest programming language ever
- Mesa, early PARC language (Mesa at Wikipedia)
- Niakwa - a language that should go down in history
- Opa http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opa_(programming_language)
- Powerscript (note: Ver 1.0 and Ver 2.0 are different)
- Q The equational programming language based on term rewriting.(http://q-lang.sourceforge.net/)
- PDP-8 Assembly - one of the most important minicomputers, practically creating the field.
- PeopleCode - Wikipedia says, "is an (ool) object-oriented proprietary (case-insensitive) language used to express business logic for PeopleSoft applications."
- Rust http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rust_(programming_language)
- SCL - Powerful, integer only, System Control Language (VME)
- Shakespeare Programming Language - Can be found on Sourceforge
- thinBasic (http://www.thinbasic.com/)
- Visual FoxPro
- VO (CA-Visual Objects)
 Need Syntax Highlighting Support
These languages lack syntax highlighting.
- BBC BASIC
- Nimrod (Python is quite close, Nimrod has a lot of distinctive keywords though.)
- Octave (Syntax resembles MATLAB, but also has
"strings", and new keywords like endif and endfunction.)
- REALbasic (Visual Basic is very close)