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|Paradigm||Multi-paradigm: object-oriented, functional|
|Designed by||Richard Dimick Jenks, Barry Trager, Stephen M. Watt, James Davenport, Robert Sutor, Scott Morrison|
|Developer||Thomas J. Watson Research Center|
Gold / November 2008
Silver / July 31, 2014
|Platform||Cross-platform (16-32-64-bit): RS/6000, SPARC, Alpha, IA-32, Intel 286, Motorola 680x0, System/370|
|OS||Cross-platform: Linux, AIX, SunOS, HP-UX, NeXT, Mach, OS/2, DOS, Windows, VMS, VM/CMS|
A? (pronounced: A sharp) is an object-oriented functional programming language distributed as a separable component of Version 2 of the Axiom computer algebra system. A# types and functions are first-class values and can be used freely together with an extensive library of data structures and other mathematical abstractions. A key design guideline for A# was suitability of compiling to portable and efficient machine code. It is distributed as free and open-source software under a BSD-like license.
Development of A# has now changed to the programming language Aldor.
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