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Development of Applications with A++

The purpose of A++ is not to be used as a programming language to write applications for the needs of the real world. Nevertheless it is possible to write simple application programs in A++ like object oriented implementations of a simple account handling and a library management system .

To write real world application programs the language ARS++ is provided, which extends A++ to a language similiar to Scheme. ARS++ is derived from ARS plus Scheme plus Extensions .

The book Programmierung pur , at present only available in German under the ISBN 3-87820-108-7, presents A++ , its usage and implementation in detail and shows as well how programming in languages like ARS++, Scheme, Java, Python, C and C++ can be done in the spirit of A++ .

The next edition of the book will include Perl as well, a powerful programming language in which ARS Based Programming can be applied as easily as in Scheme.

The book mentioned above not only describes the language but also presents the interpreters of A++ in 5 programming languages. The A++ - Interpreter in C can be downloaded from the download page of this site.


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