Implementation Languages

Just some of the programming languages we use at Cat's Eye Technologies to build stuff in.


ANSI C is a systems-programming language, and one of the first programming languages to become really popular.


Erlang is a single-assignment functional programming language with pattern matching. It is almost entirely pure, save for the fact that lightweight Erlang processes can exchange messages with each other.


Scheme is a simple programming language with an extremely regular syntax and a succinct, well-defined semantics.


Refers to many kind of languages which compile ("assemble") to native code. Assembler syntax often has the property that it is not too hard to write a program in assembly to parse it, for bootstrapping purposes.


Popularized by the rash of 8-bit home microcomputers in the 80's, BASIC stands for "Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code."