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TVirtComp is a Delphi component, which encapsulates the interpreter of the VIRT programming language. It is non-visual component that you can drop into your Delphi application so that you can extend and customize an application without having to recompile it. Using TVirtComp a Delphi application will be able:to create, to save, to load, to execute binary VIRT program;to call VIRT functions;to read and write variables that VIRT uses;to read and...



Interpreter of the VIRT programming language. VIRT is general purposesobject-oriented programming language which provides the new technology of the dynamic data structure processing, supports ActiveX and exception handling. Numerous demos...



paxScript is an interpreter of a set of programming languages. It has been initially developed for the Win32 platform. paxScript.Win32 includes support for paxPascal, paxBasic, paxC, and paxJavaScript languages. The Microsoft NET version of...



VIRT is a powerful object-oriented programming language which was specially developed for the solving of Artificial Intelligence problems. It suits well for the theorem proving, symbolic differentiation, interpreter writing, backtracking, etc....