What are some names of common software languages?

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  • Timmy
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    * 1C

    * 1.PAK

    * 2.PAK

    * 20-GATE

    * 3APL

    * 473L Query

    * 51-FORTH

    * 4D

    * A+

    * A++

    * A# .NET

    * A# (Axiom)

    * A-0

    * ABAP - Advanced Business Application Programming

    * ABC

    * ABC ALGOL

    * ABLE

    * ABSET

    * ABSYS

    * ACC

    * Accent

    * Ace DASL

    * ACT-III

    * Action!

    * ACS - Action Code Script

    * ActionScript

    * Actor

    * Ada - ISO/IEC 8652

    * ADMINS - Automated Data Methods for Information Naming Systems [1]

    * ADS/Online

    * AdvPL

    * Afnix - Previously known as Aleph

    * AID Algebraic Interpretive Dialogue

    * Aikido

    * AIMMS

    * AION

    * Alan

    * ALC Assembly Language Common, IBM acronym for BAL Basic assembly language

    * Aldor

    * Alef - concurrent language used in early versions of Plan 9

    * Algae

    * ALGO

    * ALGOL - ALGOrithmic Language

    * Alice

    * Alphard

    * AmigaE

    * AMOS

    * AMPL

    * ApeScript

    * APL - ISO 8485

    * AppleScript

    * Apply - A domain-specific language for image processing on parallel or conventional architectures

    * Arc - A Lisp dialect

    * AREXX - Amiga version of REXX scripting language

    * ARS++

    * Active Server Pages

    * AsmL - The Abstract State Machine Language from Microsoft

    * ASP

    * AspectJ

    * Assembly language

    * ATLAS

    * Atlas Autocode

    * ATOLL - Acceptance, Test Or Launch Language

    * Aubit-4GL

    * Autocoder

    * AutoHotkey

    * AutoIt

    * AutoLISP

    * Averest

    * AWK - Also derivatives gawk, mawk, and nawk

    * Axiom

    * Axiom-XL

    * B

    * BACI

    * Baja

    * BASIC - Beginners All-purpose Symbollic Instruction Code - See also List of BASIC dialects (by platform)

    * bc

    * bcompile

    * BCPL

    * BeanShell

    * BETA

    * Bigwig

    * Big Snake

    * Bistro

    * BLISS

    * Blitz Basic

    * Block And List Manipulation (BALM)

    * Blue - Rejected prototype for Ada

    * Blue

    * Boo

    * Bourne shell - a.k.a sh

    * Bourne-Again shell - see Bash

    * Boxx

    * BPEL - Business Process Execution Language

    * Brainfuck

    * BUGSYS

    * BuildProfessional

    * BYOND

    * C

    * C--

    * C-script

    * C++ - ISO/IEC 14882

    * C# - ISO/IEC 23270

    * C shell (csh)

    * Caché ObjectScript - See also Caché Basic

    * Caml

    * Cat

    * Cayenne

    * C-BOT

    * Cecil

    * Cesil

    * Cg

    * Ch interpreter (C/C++ interpreter Ch)

    * Chapel

    * CHAIN

    * Charity

    * Chef

    * Chey

    * CHILL

    * CHIP-8

    * chomski

    * Chrome

    * ChucK

    * Cilk

    * CICS

    * CL

    * Clarion

    * Clean

    * Clipper

    * CLIST - Programming language for online applications in the MVS TSO environment

    * CLU

    * CMS-2

    * COBOL - ISO/IEC 1989

    o CobolScript

    * Cobra

    * CODE

    * ColdFusion

    * COMAL

    * Common Intermediate Language (CIL)

    * Common Lisp

    * Component Pascal

    * COMIT - List or string processing language

    * Concurrent Clean

    * Constraint Handling Rules

    * CORAL66

    * Corn

    * CorVision

    * COWSEL

    * CPL

    * CSP

    * Csound

    * Cue

    * Curl

    * Curry

    * Cyclone

    * D

    * Dao

    * DASL - Distributed Application Specification Language

    * DASL - Datapoint's Advanced Systems Language

    * DarkBASIC

    * DarkBASIC Professional

    * Dataflex

    * Datalog

    * dBASE

    * dc

    * Deesel (formerly G)

    * Delphi

    * Dialect

    * DCL

    * Dialog Manager

    * DIBOL

    * DL/I

    * Dream Maker

    * Dylan

    * Dynace

    * Ease

    * EASY

    * Easy PL/I

    * EASYTRIEVE PLUS

    * eC (Ecere C)

    * ECMAScript

    * eDeveloper

    * Edinburgh IMP

    * Einstein

    * Eiffel

    * Elan

    * elastiC

    * Elf

    * Emacs Lisp

    * EGL Programming Language (EGL)

    * Epigram

    * Erlang

    * Escapade - server-side programming

    * Esterel

    * Euclid

    * Euphoria

    * Euler

    * EXEC

    * EXEC2

    * F#

    * Factor

    * Felix

    * Ferite

    * F#

    * FL

    * FLOW-MATIC

    * FOCAL

    * FOCUS

    * FOIL

    * FORMAC

    * Formula language

    * Forth

    * Fortran - ISO/IEC 1539

    * Fortress

    * FoxPro

    * FP

    * Franz Lisp

    * Frink

    * Frontier

    * F-Script

    and many many more

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    oh..and machine code

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