Frobozz Magic Programming Language

<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 <blojo@xcf.berkeley.edu>.

Latest version: 1, as of 1992-06-02.

ftp://xcf.berkeley.edu/src/local/fmpl.

Mailing list: <fmpl@xcf.berkeley.edu>.

E-mail: Jack Hsu <tcl-archive@barkley.berkeley.edu>.

Last updated: 1992-06-02

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