[ih-dahy-nuh] /ɪˈdaɪ nə/
a city in SE Minnesota, near Minneapolis.
[ed-n-burg] /ˈɛd nˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a city in S Texas.
- High-level language
noun, Computers. 1. a problem-oriented programming language, as COBOL, FORTRAN, or PL/1, that uses English-like statements and symbols to create sequences of computer instructions and identify memory locations, rather than the machine-specific individual instruction codes and numerical addresses employed by machine language. noun 1. a computer programming language that resembles natural language or mathematical notation […]
- Edinburgh prolog
Prolog dialect which eventually developed into the standard, as opposed to Marseille Prolog. (The difference is largely syntax.) Clocksin & Mellish describe Edinburgh Prolog. Version: C-Prolog. (1995-03-10)
- Edinburgh sml
(EdML) Implementation of the Core language of SML. Byte-code interpreter in C. Ported to Amiga, Atari, Archimedes and IBM PC. Version: 0.44. (ftp://ftp.dcs.ed.ac.uk/pub/edml/EDML4). E-mail: . (1994-12-08)