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Draco is a programming language created in 1987 by Chris Gray.

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Draco was a shareware programming language created by Chris Gray. First developed for CP/M sytems, Amiga version followed in 1987.Although Draco, a blend of Pascal and C, was well suited for general purpose programming, its uniqueness as a language was its main weak point. Gray used Draco for the Amiga to create a port of Peter Langston's game Empire.. Read more on Wikipedia...


Example from hello-world:
proc main()void: writeln("Hello World"); corp;

Language features

Feature Supported Token Example
Strings "
"Hello world"
Print() Debugging writeln

Publications about Draco from Semantic Scholar

title authors year citations influentialCitations
The Draco Approach to Constructing Software from Reusable Components J. Neighbors 1984 399 9
Formalizing Visualization Design Knowledge as Constraints: Actionable and Extensible Models in Draco Dominik Moritz and Chenglong Wang and Greg L. Nelson and Halden Lin and Adam M. Smith and Bill Howe and Jeffrey Heer 2018 154 21
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