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A++ is a language that owes it's existence to a generalization of the base operations of the Lambda Calculus and may very well be called the smallest programming language in the world.

A++ has been developed in 2002 in the context of 'ARS based programming' covered in detail in the book 'Programmierung pur' (ISBN 3-87820-108-7) with the purpose to serve as a learning instrument rather than as a programming language used to solve practical problems.

domain access counter Georg P. Loczewski 2004-03-05