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Zeno (programming language)

Summary
Zeno (after pre-Socratic Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea) is an imperative procedural programming language designed to be easy to learn and user friendly. Zeno is generic in the sense that it contains most of the essential elements used in other languages to develop real applications. The Zeno Interpreter was designed for use in Windows 95 and later Microsoft operating systems. The interpreter comes with built-in debugging tools, a source code text editor, and an on-line language reference. Zeno was created by Stephen R. Schmitt and is maintained by Abecedarical Systems. Example: Sieve of Eratosthenes const N : int := 5000 var a : array[N] of boolean program
var i, j : int 

init_a                          % initialize array

for i := 2...floor ( N/2 ) do
    for j := 2...floor ( N/i ) do
        a[i*j] := false         % mark as not prime
    end for
end for
j := 0
for i := 2...N do               % output results
    if
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