A programming language, by Mike Cowlishaw, that has had some success as a scripting language and/or glue for various functionality among OS/2 and Amiga users.

The language uses the classic syntax and semantics of Algol's family and PL/I, plus some interesting features, such as arbitrary precision platform-independent arithmetics, an original yet unified treatment of arrays and user defined structures, powerful mechanisms to deal with exceptions, and the possibility of dynamically modify the code that is being executed.

As Perl, is well equiped to deal with strings and text files. Maybe not fit to undertake heavy software projects, but those who used it consider it an interesting language.

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