object-oriented language, functional language
(FMPL of Accardi). A prototype-based, object-oriented, event-driven (mainly I/O events) interpreted language with functional features. Developed at the Experimental Computing Facility, University of California, Berkeley.
There is an interpreter by Jon Blow firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest version: 1, as of 1992-06-02.
Mailing list: .
E-mail: Jack Hsu .
[frok] /frɒk/ noun 1. a gown or dress worn by a girl or woman. 2. a loose outer garment worn by peasants and workers; smock. 3. a coarse outer garment with large sleeves, worn by monks. 4. . verb (used with object) 5. to provide with, or clothe in, a frock. 6. to invest with […]
noun 1. a man’s close-fitting, knee-length coat, single-breasted or double-breasted and with a vent in the back. noun 1. a man’s single- or double-breasted skirted coat, as worn in the 19th century
- Frock tart
noun 1. (NZ, slang) a person who makes or designs costumes for films or television
[froh] /froʊ/ noun 1. . [froh] /froʊ/ noun 1. a cleaving tool having a wedge-shaped blade, with a handle set at right angles to it. /frəʊ/ noun 1. a cutting tool with handle and blade at right angles, used for stripping young trees, etc /frəʊ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of froe n. “Dutchwoman,” late […]