ABC is an interpreted, procedural programming language originally designed for easy learning, and education use, to replace BASIC. Guido van Rossum worked extensively on ABC, at the CWI, the National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science, Netherlands. But he wanted a language with more features, object-orientation, flexibility, and extensibility. So he took many ideas and traits of ABC, especially the syntax, and created the Python language.
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ABC Programming Language
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
Hello, World Program
Classic test program, written in ABC.
A Short Introduction to the ABC Language
Python's predecessor. Interactive language, environment for personal computing, originally intended as replacement for BASIC. Designed by first doing task analysis of programming. Home site, description, code samples, downloads, contact. English, Nihongo.
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