Limbo is a programming language designed for the Inferno network operating system (NOS) from Lucent Technologies. Its syntax is influenced by C & Pascal. It is type-safe, and supports standard data types common to them, and several higher-level types: lists, tuples, strings, dynamic arrays, simple abstract data types.

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A Descent into Limbo
A brief introduction to the limbo Limbo language and Inferno environment by Brian W. Kernighan.
Inferno Application Programming
Overview of the Limbo language and an introduction to application programming in Inferno.
Limbo profilers
Description of the tools and techniques available for profiling Limbo programs.
Limbo Programming Language
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
The Limbo Programming Language
Detailed description of the language by Dennis M. Ritchie.
99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall
Limbo version. (April 20, 2005)
Programming in Limbo
A very old Byte Magazine article introducing Limbo's concurrent programming. (October 01, 1997)
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