These are All programming Languages that Exist so Far

A programming language consists of all the symbols,

characters and usage rules that allow people to “communicate” with computers. There are many different programming languages and dialects. Some are created with a specific end, while others are more flexible general purpose tools that are appropriate for many types of applications.

Although there are hundreds of programming languages, not all of these are popular, by popular saying that they meet certain requirements; There is a lot of current software that makes use of these programming languages, it is used by a large number of people, there is an active community and an important job market.

Among the most popular programming languages are C, C ++, C #, Java, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, Python, Objective-C, Ruby and Visual Basic. This list is very small compared to the large number of programming languages that exist.

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A

B

  • Bertrand
  • BETA
  • Bigwig
  • Bistro
  • BitC
  • BLISS
  • Blue
  • Bon

C

D

  • D
  • DaVinci Concurrente
  • DASL (Datapoint’s Advanced Systems Language)
  • DASL
  • Dart
  • DataFlex
  • Datalog
  • DATATRIEVE
  • DAVID SASTRE
  • dBase
  • DC
  • DCL
  • Deesel (formalmente G)
  • Delphi

E

  • Esterel
  • Etoys
  • Euclid
  • Euler
  • EUPHORIA
  • EusLisp Robot Lenguaje de programación
  • CMS EXEC
  • EXEC 2
  • EXCEL

F

  • F
  • F#
  • Factor
  • Falcon
  • Fancy
  • Fantom
  • FAUST
  • Felix
  • Ferite
  • FFP
  • Fjölnir

G

  • GJ
  • GEORGE (lenguaje de programación)
  • GLSL
  • GNU E
  • Go
  • Go!
  • GOAL
  • Gödel

H

  • Hope
  • Hugo
  • Hume
  • HyperTalk

I

  • IBM Basic assembly language
  • IBM HAScript
  • IBM Informix-4GL
  • ICI
  • Icon
  • Id

J

  • J
  • J#
  • J++
  • JADE
  • Jako
  • JAL
  • Janus

K

  • K
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Karel
  • Karel++
  • Kaya
  • KEE
  • KIF
  • KRC
  • KRL
  • KRL (KUKA Lenguaje Robot)
  • KRYPTON
  • ksh

L

  • L
  • L# .NET
  • LabVIEW
  • Ladder
  • Lagoona
  • LANSA
  • Lasso
  • LaTeX
  • Lava
  • LC-3
  • Leadwerks Script
  • Leda
  • Lithe
  • Little b
  • Logo
  • Logtalk
  • LPC
  • LSE
  • LSL
  • LiveCode
  • Lua
  • Lucid
  • Lustre
  • LYaPAS
  • Lynx

M

  • Maxima (ver también Macsyma)
  • Max (Max Msp – Entorno de programación gráfico)
  • MaxScript lenguaje interno de 3D Studio Max
  • Maya (MEL)
  • MDL
  • Mercury
  • Mesa
  • Metacard
  • Metafont
  • MetaL
  • Microcode
  • MicroScript
  • MIIS
  • MillScript
  • MIMIC
  • Mirah
  • Miranda
  • MIVA Script
  • ML
  • Moby
  • Model 204
  • Modelica
  • Modula
  • Modula-2
  • Modula-3
  • Mohol
  • Monkey X
  • MOO
  • Mortran
  • Mouse
  • MPD
  • MSIL – nombre deprecado por CIL
  • MSL
  • MUMPS

N

  • Napier88
  • NASM
  • NATURAL
  • Neko
  • Nemerle
  • NESL
  • Net.Data
  • NetLogo
  • NetRexx
  • NewLISP
  • NEWP
  • Newspeak
  • NewtonScript
  • NGL
  • Nial
  • Nice
  • Nickle
  • Nodejs
  • NPL
  • Not eXactly C (NXC)
  • Not Quite C (NQC)
  • Nu
  • NSIS
  • NoSQL (NoSQL)

O

  • OpenEdge ABL
  • OPL
  • OPS5
  • OptimJ
  • Orc
  • ORCA/Modula-2
  • Oriel
  • Orwell
  • Oxygene
  • Oz

P

Q

  • Q (lenguaje de programación ecuacional)
  • Q (lenguaje de programación de Kx Systems)
  • QuakeC
  • QPL

R

S

  • S
  • S2
  • S3
  • S-Lang
  • mIRC scripting
  • S-PLUS
  • SA-C
  • SabreTalk
  • SAIL
  • SALSA
  • SAM76
  • SAS
  • SASL
  • Sather
  • Sawzall
  • SBL
  • Scala
  • Scheme
  • Scilab
  • Scratch
  • Script.NET
  • SOL
  • Span
  • SPARK
  • SPIN
  • SP/k
  • SPS
  • Squeak
  • Squirrel
  • SR
  • S/SL
  • Starlogo
  • Strand
  • STATA
  • Stateflow
  • Subtext
  • Suneido
  • SuperCollider
  • SuperTalk
  • SYMPL
  • SyncCharts
  • SystemVerilog

T

U

V

W

  • WATFIV, WATFOR
  • WebDNA
  • Winbatch

X

  • X++
  • X10
  • XBL
  • XC (aprovecha XMOS architecture)

Y

  • Yorick
  • YQL

Z

  • Z notation
  • Zeno

As you can see, the list is very large. It is normal that at first you have some doubts when choosing where to start so we leave this article:

How to choose your first programming language?”

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