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Scandrett admits that his idea owes a great deal to a previously invented computer language called FORTH.
The lab's products include industrial-strength database offerings like Information Management System (IMS) and Database 2; powerful computer languages, such as FORTRAN and COBOL; and the latest desktop software that brings mainframe applications to PC users.
The Computer Language Jolt Cola Award recognizes a product that has had a major impact on programmers in the past year and that represents important concepts for future software development.
XML-Echo is an exceptionally user friendly, XML based computer language that can reduce the programming process ten-fold," said Jason Oliver, Vice President, Product Marketing, Snapbridge Software, Inc.
Brian Healy, group vice president~finance and administration of Computer Language Research Inc.
The new compiler allows Cray Research system users to program in the latest version of C++, an evolving computer language that is based on object-oriented programming.
Tamayo is an entrepreneur and computer scientist with more than 24 years of high technology experience in computer and electronics applications including computer language design, software engineering, and computer hardware and chip manufacturing.
COMPUTER LANGUAGE RESEARCH AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
CONTACT: Peter Feldman of Computer Language Research, 214-250-7970, or Stephen Berg, 212-580-8760, or Pam Lucia, 212-337-4122, both of Research Institute of America/ CO: Research Institute of America Inc.
Working against a three-hour time limit and using the C++ computer language, FLVS students Stephen Baylis and Paul Stansifer each successfully solved seven out of ten computer problems.
COMPUTER LANGUAGE RESEARCH ACQUIRES FIDUCIARY TAXSYSTEMS
CARROLLTON, Texas, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer Language Research, Inc.

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