The base language for a family of languages and compilers.
[“SIMPL-T, A Structured Programming Language”, V.R. Basili, Paladin House 1976].
adverb 1. in a simple manner; clearly and easily. 2. plainly; unaffectedly. 3. sincerely; artlessly: to speak simply as a child. 4. merely; only: It is simply a cold. 5. unwisely; foolishly: If you behave simply toward him, you’re bound to be betrayed. 6. wholly; absolutely: simply irresistible. adverb 1. in a simple manner 2. […]
[sim-plee-kuh-nek-tid] /ˈsɪm pli kəˌnɛk tɪd/ adjective, Mathematics. 1. (of a set or domain) having a connected complement. 2. (of a set or domain) having the property that every simple closed curve in the set can be shrunk to a point without intersecting the boundary of the set.
noun, Mathematics. 1. totally ordered set. totally ordered set noun, Mathematics. 1. a set in which a relation, as “less than or equal to,” holds for all pairs of elements of the set.
noun, Informal. 1. a fool; simpleton. noun 1. (US, slang) short for simpleton simp simp simpleton