CODE (programming language)

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CODE (computationally oriented display environment[1]) is a visual programming language and system for parallel programming, which lets users compose sequential programs into parallel programs. It was last released in 2002.


  1. ^ Emery Berger. "CODE Frequently Asked Questions". CODE an acronym? What does it stand for?. 

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