[oh-ber-land; German oh-buh r-lahnt] /ˈoʊ bərˌlænd; German ˈoʊ bərˌlɑnt/
a mountain region in central Switzerland, mostly in S Bern canton.
the lower parts of the Bernese Alps in central Switzerland, mostly in S Bern canton
[French aw-ber-lan] /French ɔ bɛrˈlɛ̃/ noun 1. Jean Frédéric [French zhahn frey-dey-reek] /French ʒɑ̃ freɪ deɪˈrik/ (Show IPA), 1740–1826, Alsatian clergyman.
[oh-buh-ron] /ˈoʊ bəˌrɒn/ noun 1. (in medieval folklore) the king of the fairies. 2. Astronomy. one of the five moons of Uranus. /ˈəʊbəˌrɒn/ noun 1. (in medieval folklore) the king of the fairies, husband of Titania /ˈəʊbəˌrɒn/ noun 1. the outermost of the satellites of Uranus king of the faeries and husband of Titania in […]
language A superset of Oberon-1, developed by H. Moessenboeck in 1991 to add object-orientation. Oberon-2 was a redesign of Object Oberon. It included type-bound procedures (equivalent to methods), read-only export of variables and record fields, open array variables, and a “with” statement with variants. It reintroduced the “for” statement. There is an Oberon-2 Lex scanner […]
(Formerly Seneca). R. Griesemer, 1990. Descendant of Oberon designed for numerical applications on supercomputers, especially vector or pipelined architectures. Includes array constructors and an ALL statement. “Seneca – A Language for Numerical Applications on Vectorcomputers”, Proc CONPAR 90 – VAPP IV Conf. R. Griesemer, Diss Nr. 10277, ETH Zurich.