A descendent of Algol 60, intended to be as uniform and general as possible, while retaining the basic character of its progenitor. Forsythe features higher-order procedures and intersection types.
[“Preliminary Design of the Programming Language Forsythe”, J.C. Reynolds, CMU-CS-88-159, 1988].
[fawr-sith-ee-uh, -sahy-thee-uh, fer-] /fɔrˈsɪθ i ə, -ˈsaɪ θi ə, fər-/ noun 1. a shrub belonging to the genus Forsythia, of the olive family, native to China and southeastern Europe, species of which are cultivated for their showy yellow flowers, which blossom on the bare branches in early spring. /fɔːˈsaɪθɪə/ noun 1. any oleaceous shrub of […]
[fawrt, fohrt] /fɔrt, foʊrt/ noun 1. a strong or place occupied by troops and usually surrounded by walls, ditches, and other defensive works; a fortress; fortification. 2. any permanent army post. 3. (formerly) a trading post. Idioms 4. hold the fort, 1. . 2. fortified. /fɔːt/ noun 1. a fortified enclosure, building, or position able […]
[fawr-tl-ey-zuh; Portuguese fawr-tuh-le-zuh] /ˌfɔr tlˈeɪ zə; Portuguese ˌfɔr təˈlɛ zə/ noun 1. a seaport in NE Brazil. /Portuguese fortaˈleza/ noun 1. a port in NE Brazil, capital of Ceará state. Pop: 3 261 000 (2005 est) Also called Ceará
[fawr-tl-is] /ˈfɔr tl ɪs/ noun 1. a small fort; an outwork. 2. Archaic. a fortress. /ˈfɔːtəlɪs/ noun 1. a small fort or outwork of a fortification