Moby (programming language)

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The Moby programming language is an experiment in computer programming, design and implementation.The Moby project started out as a testbed for the design of ML2000.

Moby is primarily a collaboration between Kathleen Fisher and John Reppy. Much of the work on Moby was done while John Reppy was an MTS at Bell Labs in the Computing Sciences Research Center.

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