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Ceres programming language

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Ceres is an interpreted computer language based on C, that can be used as a script language. Its purpose is to be minimal and simple and it is being developed as a hobby, so do not expect much of it. Its interpreter is written in C/C++.

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Features

  • C-like syntax.
  • Procedural paradigm.
  • Possible C++ integration.
  • Can be used as a script language (similar uses to that of Python or Lua).

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Languages

English, Brazilian Portuguese

Intended Audience

Education, Developers

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++, C

Registered

2010-02-13

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