Category:XPL0
This programming language may be used to instruct a computer to perform a task.
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XPL0 is essentially a cross between Pascal and C. It looks somewhat like Pascal but works more like C. It was originally created in 1976 by Peter J. R. Boyle, who designed it to run on a 6502 microprocessor as an alternative to BASIC, which was the dominant language for personal computers at the time. XPL0 is based on PL/0, an example compiler in the book Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs by Niklaus Wirth. The first XPL0 compiler was written in ALGOL, which was then used to create a compiler written in XPL0's syntax.
XPL0 has been implemented on more than a dozen processors, but it's currently maintained on the Raspberry Pi and IBMtype PCs. Programs run under Linux, Windows, and MSDOS. Free, opensource versions of the compilers (interpreted, assemblycode compiled, and optimizing) are available from the official website: xpl0.org [1]. The 32bit version of the MSDOS compiler, XPLPX, was used for many of these Rosetta Code tasks, but more recent tasks were implemented using the compilers for the Raspberry Pi. Some tasks were implemented using EXPL32.
Here's how the traditional Hello World program is coded:
code Text=12; Text(0, "Hello World!")
Text is a builtin routine, called an intrinsic, that outputs a string of characters. The zero (0) tells where to send the string. In this case it is sent to the display screen; but it could just as easily be sent to a printer, a file, or out a serial port by using a different number.
All names must be declared before they can be used. The command word code associates the name Text to the builtin routine number 12, which outputs strings. There are over a hundred of these builtin routines that provide capabilities such as input and output, graphics, and trig functions.
The 32bit versions of the compilers (as opposed to the older, 16bit versions) automatically declare code declarations. Thus the above program can simply be rewritten as:
Text(0, "Hello World!")
Subcategories
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
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 XPL0 Implementations (1 P)
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Pages in category "XPL0"
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 Additive primes
 Address of a variable
 Air mass
 Align columns
 Almost prime
 Alternade words
 Amicable pairs
 Angle difference between two bearings
 Angles (geometric), normalization and conversion
 Animate a pendulum
 Animation
 Anonymous recursion
 Antiprimes
 Append numbers at same position in strings
 Apply a digital filter (direct form II transposed)
 Approximate equality
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 Ascending primes
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 Babbage problem
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 Bioinformatics/base count
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C
 Caesar cipher
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 Calmo numbers
 CalmoSoft primes
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 Centre and radius of a circle passing through 3 points in a plane
 Centroid of a set of Ndimensional points
 Change e letters to i in words
 Changeable words
 Chaocipher
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 Chebyshev coefficients
 Check Machinlike formulas
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 Chinese remainder theorem
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 Cholesky decomposition
 Chowla numbers
 Circles of given radius through two points
 Circular primes
 Closestpair problem
 Code Golf: Code Golf
 Collect and sort square numbers in ascending order from three lists
 Color of a screen pixel
 Color wheel
 Colorful numbers
 Colour bars/Display
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 Combinations
 Combinations with repetitions
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 Commandline arguments
 Comments
 Common list elements
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 Compiletime calculation
 Composite numbers k with no single digit factors whose factors are all substrings of k
 Concatenate two primes is also prime
 Concurrent computing
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 Constrained random points on a circle
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 Convert seconds to compound duration
 Convex hull
 Conway's Game of Life
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 Copy a string
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 CORDIC
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 Count the coins
 Cousin primes
 Cramer's rule
 CRC32
 Create a file
 Create a twodimensional array at runtime
 Create an HTML table
 CSV data manipulation
 CSV to HTML translation
 Cubic special primes
 Cullen and Woodall numbers
 Cumulative standard deviation
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 Curve that touches three points
 Curzon numbers
 CUSIP
 Cut a rectangle
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 Cyclops numbers
D
 Damm algorithm
 Date format
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 Day of the week of Christmas and New Year
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 De Polignac numbers
 Deal cards for FreeCell
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 Decision tables
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 Deming's funnel
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 Descending primes
 Detect division by zero
 Determine if a string has all the same characters
 Determine if a string has all unique characters
 Determine if a string is collapsible
 Determine if a string is numeric
 Determine if a string is squeezable
 Determine sentence type
 Digit fifth powers
 Digital root
 Digital root/Multiplicative digital root