(sE') n.
a programming language, characterized by concise syntax, portability, efficiency, and the capacity for both low-level and high-level programming. C has been the predominant general-purpose programming language since the 1980s and has influenced the syntax of most programming languages developed since that time.

C (SAS word)

Color. Alias for CYAN.

Line command.

Command. Alias for CHANGE.


(sE' plus' plus') n.

a standard object-oriented programming language, incorporating the capabilities and syntax style of C.

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