Icon for Windows
Found one file extension association related to Icon for Windows and 1 file format developed specifically for use with Icon for Windows.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
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Developer: The University of Arizona, Department of Computer Science
Icon for Windows
Developer / company: The University of Arizona, Department of Computer Science
Icon is a high-level, general-purpose programming language with a large repertoire of features for processing data structures and character strings. Icon is an imperative, procedural language with a syntax reminiscent of C and Pascal, but with semantics at a much higher level. It is developed at Department of Computer Science, The University of Arizona.
Icon emphasizes high-level string processing and a design philosophy that allows ease of programming and short, concise programs. Storage allocation and garbage collection are automatic in Icon, and there are few restrictions on the sizes of objects. Strings, lists, and other structures are created during program execution and their size does not need to be known when a program is written. Values are converted to expected types automatically; for example, numeral strings read in as input can be used in numerical computations without explicit conversion. Icon has an expression-based syntax with reserved words; in appearance, Icon programs resemble those of Pascal and C.
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