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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
- Bash musthave
- JOVIAL, embedded avionics and air traffic control system language
- PASM, the Parrot assembly language.
- PIR, the Parrot intermediate representation.
- Ra Lets you program in your native tongue (http://oahmad04.github.io/ra/)
- RPG (Report Program Generator)
These languages have had categories created, but no one has written any example code yet.
- Application Master - Specialist language running on VME mainframes only
- Hack (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hack_(programming_language)) a new language with gradual typing invented by Facebook.
- NQP (Not Quite Perl)
- PeopleCode - Wikipedia says, "is an (ool) object-oriented proprietary (case-insensitive) language used to express business logic for PeopleSoft applications."
- SPARC Assembly - a very popular server chipset.
There is no page to describe it, or such page exists but is empty. However, there are a few codes already, anyways.
No presence at all
These languages are nowhere on RC.
- AppleScriptObjC (https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/releasenotes/ScriptingAutomation/RN-AppleScriptObjC/) A high level scripting/programming language that combines features of AppleScript and Objective C
- 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.
- CLU (at Wikipedia) Language invented at MIT in 1975, which had an influence on several modern languages
- 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.
- Funnel (https://lampwww.epfl.ch/funnel/)
- GPSS General Purpose Simulation System (developed from Gordon's Programmable Simulation System) is one of the first discrete simulation languages and was an influence on later system such as Simula
- Joyce (note: One of the influential concurrent languages, probably similar to super pascal)
- Mesa, early PARC language (Mesa at Wikipedia)
- Niakwa - a language that should go down in history
- Powerscript (note: Ver 1.0 and Ver 2.0 are different)
- PDP-8 Assembly - one of the most important minicomputers, practically creating the field.
- Pharo - a pure object-oriented programming language and a powerful environment (message-based, something like modern Smalltalk)
- Prograph - a visual, object-oriented, dataflow, multiparadigm programming language that uses iconic symbols to represent actions to be taken on data
- SCL - Powerful, integer only, System Control Language (VME)
- Shakespeare Programming Language - Can be found on Sourceforge
- Telescript ()
- thinBasic (http://www.thinbasic.com/)
- Tutorial-D (https://reldb.org/)
- VO (CA-Visual Objects)
- قلب (website) a Scheme-like, right-to-left, non-English based language
Need Syntax Highlighting Support
These languages lack syntax highlighting.
- Arturo (Red/Rebol are quite close; but Arturo features different keywords and different syntax in many cases)
- Astro (Python is quite close)
- BBC BASIC
- Nimrod (Python is quite close, Nimrod has a lot of distinctive keywords though.)
- Phix (Pygments lexer in 2.14.0 which will probably/hopefully ship sometime around December)
- REALbasic (Visual Basic is very close)