Prograph is a visual, object-oriented, dataflow, multiparadigm programming language. It started as an Acadia University research project in 1982. A commercial version existed from 1989 to 1995, when releases stopped. Several firms have sold Prograph: The Gunkara Sun Systems, renamed TGS Systems, Prograph International, Pictorius, now Andescotia Software LLC sells Marten for the Macintosh. A Windows version has existed but was never sold. The best known version may be Prograph CPX: Cross Platform eXtensions.

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Distributed Prograph
Article by B. Lanaspre and H. Glaser.
Made with Prograph List
Briefly describes status of Prograph CPX development, with list of activities. [Tritera, Inc.]
Prograph
Article with description, history, images. [Wikipedia]
Visualising the Structure of an IC-card Security Architecture
Object-oriented dataflow models make it possible to explicitly render security and state manipulations of protocols. Research paper, abstract in HTML, body in Postscript; by Hugh Glaser, Pieter H. Hartel. [Declarative Systems and Software Engineering, DSSE] (December 04, 1995)
Type Inference in Prograph
Research paper, abstract in HTML, body in Postscript; by BenoƮt Lanaspre, Hugh Glaser. [Declarative Systems and Software Engineering, DSSE] (November 01, 1995)
A Pictorial Button Class in Prograph
Article by Terry Kilshaw in MacTech magazine (Volume 9 Issue 1). (January 01, 1993)

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