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Listed below are all of the tasks on Rosetta Code which have been solved using Language.

This box is primarily used in category pages (click "What links here" in the navbar on the left), not all of which will have much information in them. If a language category page has too little content, but too many articles, the infobox will overlap the article list.


Param name values meaning
exec "machine", "interpreted", "bytecode", or "both" execution method
site a full URL official language website
gc "yes" or "no" garbage collection
parampass "value", "reference", or "both" parameter passing mode(s)
safety "safe", "unsafe", or "both" type safety
strength "strong" or "weak" type strength
compat "nominative", "structural", "both", or "duck" type compatibility
express "implicit", "explicit", or "both" type expression
checking "static", "dynamic", or "both" type checking
untyped "yes" or undefined "yes" if the language has no type system
tags a list of lang tag arguments this language's corresponding lang tag argument
hopl "yes" or undefined are the same, any other value is essentially "no" whether there should be a link to the HOPL from this language page. If defined and non-"yes" there will be no link. If undefined there will be a link.
hopl id id number like "1558" id number from HOPL. If defined, link to HOPL bypasses search page.
LCT "yes" or "no" whether this language has an entry in the Language Comparison Table. Only use "yes" if you have added it to the LCT or plan to add it shortly.
bnf (URL) Where the BNF grammar for this language is located or may be found. This should remain undefined if there is no BNF.

This is a template. There are many others. See Category:RCTemplates for a complete list of templates.