This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
|Execution method:||Compiled (machine code)|
|Parameter passing methods:||By reference|
|Type checking:||Dynamic, Static|
Plain English is an example of a compiler. You may find the programming tasks that have been solved using it here.
Plain English is a programming language written during the winter of 2005-2006 that:
- Has keywords like A, AN, and THE.
- Lets you code what you're thinking.
- Can compile itself in 3 seconds.
Plain English can be run from within its Integrated Development Environment (IDE) (see "Complete IDE download" below) or compiled to a self-contained Microsoft Windows .exe file.
The noodle built into Plain English is simply not useful enough by itself, and therefore libraries were created to assist in writing Rosetta Code tasks in Plain English.
- Home page
- Complete IDE Download
- requires Microsoft Windows
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
- Plain English Implementations (empty)
- Plain English User (4 P)
Pages in category "Plain English"
The following 113 pages are in this category, out of 113 total.
- Case-sensitivity of identifiers
- Chaos game
- Check that file exists
- Cistercian numerals
- Code Golf: Code Golf
- Colour bars/Display
- Colour pinstripe/Display
- Comma quibbling
- Compare a list of strings
- Compound data type
- Conditional structures
- Count how many vowels and consonants occur in a string
- Create a file
- Search a list
- Self-hosting compiler
- Show the (decimal) value of a number of 1s appended with a 3, then squared
- Sort three variables
- Split a character string based on change of character
- String append
- String case
- String concatenation
- String length
- Substring/Top and tail
- Sum and product of an array
- Sum of first n cubes
- Sum of squares