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M (programming language)

Not to be confused with the programming language MUMPS, also sometimes known as "M".
Paradigm(s) Data modeling and transformation
Appeared in 2008
Developer Microsoft Corporation
Influenced by ML, Lisp, JavaScript
OS Windows

M is a [1] programming language developed by Microsoft. The language is designed specifically for building textual domain-specific languages and software models with XAML.[2]

M was a part of the now-defunct Oslo project. It was never released.

See also


External links

  • Microsoft MSDN Library – "M" – Microsoft "M" programming guide, technical reference, tools etc.
  • Codename "M": Language, Data, and Modeling, Oh My! Presented by Don Box and Amanda Laucher on Mar 10, 2010
  • M blog

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