English Dictionary
◊ ITALIC LANGUAGE
Italic language
n : a branch of the Indo-European languages of which Latin is
the chief representative [syn: {Italic}, {Italic language}]
English Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DYNAMIC LANGUAGE?
DYnamic LANguage
(Dylan) A simple {object-oriented} {Lisp} dialect,
most closely resembling {CLOS} and {Scheme}, developed by
Advanced Technology Group East at {Apple Computer}.
{Thomas} is a Dylan {compiler} implemented in {Scheme}.
See also {Marlais}.
E-mail: .
["Dylan(TM) an Object-Oriented Dynamic Language", {Apple
Computer}, Eastern Research and Technology, April 1992].
(1995-04-19)
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